Pasquale De Meo would have recorded incorrect behavior as a result of which there would have been tensions with Rocchi, Orsato and Valeri. Prosecutor Chiné received the reports from the National Committee of The Hague and from Rocchi himself and decided to clarify things
New chapter of investigation on top arbitrators. The federal prosecutor has opened an investigation following the complaint by the linesman Pasquale De Meo against the head of Can A and B, Gianluca Rocchi, and the referees Daniele Orsato and Paolo Valeri.
The facts date back to April 7, the Milan-Empoli match in which De Meo was involved. At the end of the meeting, the linesman had entered into the minutes, as per procedure, the criticisms of the referee observer towards the Aia top management during the Trentalange presidency. After that report there would have been a series of tense talks with Rocchi and Orsato, which added to previous disagreements between De Meo himself and Valeri. The FIGC prosecutor, Giuseppe Chinè, has decided to shed light on this whole delicate matter by opening a file. The investigation is prompted by two separate complaints received by the prosecutor: on the one hand that of the national committee of The Hague and on the other that of Rocchi himself.
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