MILAN, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Serie A side Bologna have been
deducted one point and owner Sergio Porcedda banned from the
sport for six months because of unpaid taxes, the Italian football federation said on Thursday.
Porcedda, who sacked coach Franco Colomba a day before the
start of the league campaign, only bought Bologna in the close
season but put the club up for sale last month given the
Bologna stay in 16th place after 13 games but drop to 13
Worse could follow for the northern club with federation
prosecutors probing the non-payment of players' wages which
could lead to a further points deduction.
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