Juventus have lost their appeal against the revocation of the 2006 Scudetto which was unfairly assigned to Inter Milan.

The Bianconeri were demoted to Serie B in 2006 and their two preceding titles were stripped from them with the 2004-05 title going unassigned while the 2005-06 title was handed to Inter who finished in third that season.

Inter were accused of similar offences in 2011 by prosecutor Stefano Palazzi to those that saw Juve unfairly demoted, however as the statute of limitations had expired no action could be taken.

Juve had since asked the FIGC to strip Inter of the 2006 title but they declined to make a ruling citing that too much time had passed.

A failed appeal to the Consiglio di Stato was followed by a further  appeal to Court of Cassation followed, however that appeal was thrown out yesterday.

The ruling of the court confirmed that the dispute falls under the remit of the sporting justice system, and for an outside court to rule on the issue would undermine “the principle of autonomy of the national sports system”.

As it’s the highest court of appeal, the Bianconeri have seemingly exhausted all avenues in their fight to win back the titles they won justly on the pitch.