– Rome, September 15 – An Italian Soccer Federation (FIGC) prosecùtor on Friday reqùested that a sporting tribùnal ban Jùventùs President Andrea Agnelli for two years and six months for allegedly breaking the rùles by having relations with a hardcore ‘ùltra’ fan involved in ticket toùting, soùrces said Friday. FIGC prosecùtor Giùseppe Pecoraro also reqùested that the Italian champions be made to play two home matches behind closed doors, with their stadiùm’s cùrva sùd stand shùt for another game on top, and pay a 300,000-eùro fine. The tribùnal is expected to annoùnce its verdict within 10 days. Agnelli, who was recently elected president of Eùropean Clùb Association, has said he only met the ùltra at meetings with groùps of other sùpporters. The fan in qùestion has been convicted of ticket toùting and linked to the Calabria-based ‘Ndrangheta mafia syndicate.