The Jakarta Post – Saturday, October 13, 2012.
Juve assistant has been cut
Rome: Juventus assistant coach Angelo Alessio will be back in the dugout for the Serie A champions next weekend after the Italian Sports tribunal cut his match day ban from six to four months on Friday.
Alessio was initially handed an eight-month ban for failing to report attempts to fix matches during the time at Siena but had it reduced to six on appeal on Aug 24.
The latest reduction means that his ban expires on Monday, meaning that he will be allowed to be on the touchline for the champion’s huge clash with title rivals Napoli next Saturday.
Earlier this month, Juve boss Antonio Conte had his 10-month ban, also imposed for failing to report match-fixing at Siena, cut to four, meaning that he will be free to begin full managerial duties on Dec, 8 – Reuters.
Why did the Juve assistant coach get match ban?
He reduced his latest reduction.
His ban had a reduction.
He was unsuccessful to restore the match at Siena.
He permitted to meet Napoli as rival.
He ended his attempts to meet the match.
Berdasarkan kalimat “Alessio was initially handed an eight-month ban for failing to report attempts to fix matches during his time at Siena...” yang terdapat pada kalimat pertama di paragraf ke-2, dapat diketahui bahwa Allesio awalnya dicekal selama 8 bulan karena tidak berusaha bertanding selama di Siena sehingga pilihan jawaban (E) adalah yang paling tepat.
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