Serie A sporting judge Gerardo Mastrandrea has ruled that he will listen to the appeals relating to four matches that were postponed last week.
The sporting judge will list to appeals for the following four matches: Atalanta-Torino, Salernitana-Venezia, Fiorentina-Udinese and Udinese-Atalanta. Interestingly, there was no mention of Inter’s postponed match against Bologna.
The Lega Serie A statement notes that Torino appealed following Atalanta-Torino’s postponement, and they’ll have until January 21 to submit all relevant documentation. Salernitana appealed following the Venezia match, and they’ll also have until January 21 to submit everything necessary.
Udinese appealed following Fiorentina-Udinese, with a January 21 submission deadline, and they also appealed following the 6-2 loss to Atalanta, suggesting that the match shouldn’t have been played. They’ll have until January 25 to submit documents for this appeal.
It remains to be seen what will happen regarding Bologna-Inter, as the other three postponed matches from that gameday were all mentioned in today’s statement.
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