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Friday, 28 September 2012

Juventus Coach Accused Thus Causes Death of Two Girls

Loss of Antonio Conte that he was suspended 10 months due Calcioscommesse scandal, Massimo Carrera was promoted to interim coach (caretaker). He would lead the team in every game I Bianconeri for serving Conte.
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Ironically, it is now Carrera bandwagon dragged to court and threatened with punishment. But not for Calcioscommesse problem. He is being investigated for his involvement in a fatal car accident and left two people dead.

As reported by, Carrera, along with two others, was accused of being the cause of death for their role in the accident. The decision in this case will be announced on October 9, after Carrera own request expedited hearing.

In case of accident, two 23-year-old woman lost their lives. They are Chiara Varani and Patrizia Paninforni, both died in the collision involving three cars on New Year's Eve last year.

When the occupants of the third car out to see the damage, Mercedes R-Class driven by Carrera hit the Ford Ka, and instantly killed one of the two women. While the other one lost their lives in the hospital.

Juve coach legal representative claimed that the lights on the highway at night was too vague, making it difficult for clients to see the wreck that lies in front of him. However, the victim's lawyer said it still saw the car was silent, which means that he can avoid the collision entirely.
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