Italy's coach Antonio Conte (R) reacts next to Antonio Candreva during their Euro 2016 qualifying soccer match against Croatia at the San Siro stadium in Milan November 16, 2014. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo
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Italy coach Antonio Conte is among 104 people a prosecutor has requested to face trial for their alleged involvement in match manipulation in 2011, the ANSA news agency reported Tuesday.The alleged wrongdoing dates back to 2011, when Conte, who went on to win three successive Serie A titles with Juventus before being appointed Italy coach last year, was in charge of Siena in Serie B.The FIGC has already conducted its own investigation and banned Conte for 10 months in 2012, later reduced to four months on appeal.
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