Juventus coach Antonio Conte will be questioned when second-tier club Bari is investigated for their role in the Scommessopoli scandal on Tuesday 7 August 2012.
The 43-year-old is already under threat of a looming 15-month ban by federal prosecutor Stefano Palazzi, after failing to report instances of match-fixing while at Siena and will have to stand trial to clear his name.
According to Corriere dello Sport, it has now been identified that Conte, who recently led Juve to their first official serie A title since 2003, could face further penalty relating to his two-year (2007-2008)spell in charge of Bari.
The accusations claim Bari deliberately threw their 3-2 defeat to Salernitana on May 23, 2009, with Conte, in his post-match reaction suggesting
- It was a real game and I would like to have come out unscathed.