ROME — An Italian court has ordered the referees involved in the 2006 match-fixing scandal to pay 4 million euros ($F9m) in damages to the Italian Football Federation. Referee
selector Paolo Bergamo received the heaviest fine of 1 million euros ($F2.3m) on Wednesday, while colleague Pierluigi Pairetto has to pay 800,000 euros ($F1.8m). Former Italian
football federation vice-president Innocenzo Mazzini was fined 700,000 euros ($F1.6m), and former referees Massimo De Santis and Tullio Lanese were each fined 500,000 euros ($F1.1m).