August 17, 2022

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Timeshare, De Laurentiis’ Appeal to Coni

De Laurentiis does not stop his appeal against stopping the timeshare from 2024. The patron of Naples, together with his son Luigi, the president of Bari, in fact submitted a new appeal to the Coni Sports Assurance Board.

The Board of Sports Insurance – reads Coni’s memorandum – has received an appeal submitted by Cav. Aurelio De Laurentiis, alone and in his capacity as temporary legal representative – Chairman of the Board – of the SSC Napoli Spa, as well as the temporary legal representative – Chairman of the Board – of Filmauro Srl, and by Dr. Luigi De Laurentiis, alone and in his capacity as the temporary legal representative – sole official – of the SSC Bari Spa, against the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), as well as against Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie A (LNPA), Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie B (LNPB) and Lega Italiana Calcio Professional (Lega Pro), to appeal the decision of the FIFA Federal Court of Appeal, adopted with CU n. 0095/CFA of June 22, 2022, which, by dismissing the above-mentioned applicants’ complaint, the decision of the Federal National Court, Disciplinary Division, was adopted with CU n 0145/TFN-SD 2021-2022 dated May 13, 2022, which had rejected the same applicants’ appeal against the decision of the Federal Council of the Federation, published in CU no. 88/a of October 1, 2021 relating to the amendment of Article 16 bis NOIF, as well as You have no presumptive or subsequent act.”

“The story is about the new formulation of Art. 16 bis of NOIF, which prohibits investment, management or cases of control, directly or indirectly, in more than one company in the professional sector by the same person, his wife or his relative and relatives up to the fourth degree.”

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Forerunners, enough. Ask Aurelio De Laurentiis and Dot Luigi De Laurentiis, of the College of Assurance, in accepting this appeal:

  • Essentially, to overturn the decision of the Federal Court of Appeal of the Federal Union to appeal, and to confirm the decision of the National Federal Court, disciplinary division, approved with CU n. 0145 / TFN-SD 2021-2022 dated May 13, 2022, and to effect, upon acceptance of applications, the cancellation / cancellation of CU FIGC n. 88 / a dated October 1, 2021, in the part that provides for the transitional provision of Article. 16 bis NOIF, as well as any work assumed (including, to the extent necessary, the minutes of the Federal Council of September 30, 2021, in the part in which the relevant regulation has been approved), or as a result, with restoration of the final and transitional provisions of Article 16 bis NOIF set out in the previous regulations, published with CU no. 231/a on May 7, 2021;
  • Alternatively, to set aside the decision of the FIGC, which was appealed, and to confirm the decision of the National Federal Court, disciplinary division, approved with CU n. 0145 / TFN-SD 2021-2022 dated May 13, 2022, by referring the case to the FIGC Federal Court of Appeal so that, in a different combination, it would conduct a new examination of benefits, in application of the principle of law that the Security Council would want sportsman ad.