PM Monti suggests suspending Italian soccer
May 30 , 2012
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti has suggested suspending professional soccer in the country for up to three years due to a match-fixing row.
Monti’s comments come a day after a number of people, including Lazio captain Stefano Mauri, were arrested.
Police are in the process of searching the homes of more than 30 players, trainers and administrators of Serie A and B clubs.
Juventus coach Antonio Conte, who just led the club to a Serie A victory, is among those being questioned by police.