Angry fans take to the streets after verdicts

July 15, 2006
By James Eve
ROME, July 14 (Reuters) - Fans of the three top clubs found guilty in Italy's match-fixing scandal took to the streets on Friday after hearing the news that their teams will be playing next season in the second-tier Serie B.

Bringing to a head the biggest scandal in European soccer for decades, a sports tribunal in Rome sent Juventus, Fiorentina and Lazio down to Serie B with points penalties.

The fourth club involved, AC Milan, will start their campaign in the top Serie A ...

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