Crisis club Pro Piacenza was excluded from the Italian third division after found only seven players in the defeat 20-0 in Cuneo on Sunday.
The Disciplinary Commission of Lega Pro said in a statement Monday, the result will be reconsidered to a lost loss of 3-0 for non-compliance with the league rules.
This was the club's fourth loss for the season, which led to their eviction. They were fined € 30,000, their results dropped and were not taken into account in the league table.
Pro Piacenza put only eight names in their match team with one of them, physiologist Alesio Piccaleli, who is not eligible to participate in the list. Picciarelli is banned by the end of 2019. "We would like to emphasize, in addition to the conscious, multiple and deceptive violations committed by Pro Piacenza, the unacceptable behavior of the club, which, humiliating the essence of sporting competitions, and their opponents' players take part in a farsighted match from a technical point of view (as well as physically dangerous in the case of those unprepared from a competitive point of view),
It states that Pro Piacenza has "undermined, overturned and literally trampled" the principles of honesty and honesty
Earlier on Monday, it was announced that the club was hung on eight points and their president, Maurizio Panella, banned for financial irregularities for six months.The penalties were imposed by the Italian FA
Dario Polverini, who moved to Vitus Verona in January after leaving Piacenza, told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "A really strong team was built in July and we entered our pre-season training camp with great hopes.
"Ten new players arrived in the last days of the transfer window and we had a 33 and a really high budget for that level." We won three and took out two of our first five games and we were at the top of the league and when the first deadline arrived on October 15, the owners did not pay the salary.
In fact, in August, our August salary arrived, although without the [social security and tax] contributions, so it was practically halved, and by the December deadline payments did not arrive, despite the assurances of President, and the situation is bad. rumors began to rotate in the city, and the owners of our apartments told us that if we did not pay [the rent] we would have to leave. Many of us were forced to do this, even players with families and children.
"I wonder how it is possible for a company sponsoring a Serie A club [Lazio] not to be able to pay the salary in Series C. It is not added."