AC Milan's sporting director Adriano Galliani celebrateS after their team's Italian Serie A football match against AS Roma in Rome's Olympic Stadium on May 7, 2011. AFP PHOTO / ALBERTO PIZZOLI
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Dozens of Serie A and B officials and players including Adriano Galliani, Hernan Crespo and Ezequiel Lavezzi have been targeted by an Italian police investigation into alleged tax evasion and false accounting, reports in Italy said Tuesday.colluded with club officials and players from Italy's top two divisions in a complicated tax-avoidance scheme that benefited all parties and deprived the tax man of millions of euros in revenue.A total of 64 people were reportedly targeted, including AC Milan vice-president Galliani, Napoli president Laurentiis, Lazio president Claudio Lotito, former Juventus president Jean-Claude Blanc as well as players' agent Alessandro Moggi – the son of disgraced former Juventus official Luciano Moggi.
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