Italian football was recently hit with another wave of match-fixings allegations. Three big names were thrown into the fire as the newest additions to the list of Italians involved in a crisis that many hoped would die after Calciopoli in 2006.
Conte was dragged in when he was placed under investigation in May in a scandal involving 19 people, 11 players including Domenico Criscito and Stefano Mauri. The allegations are from the 2010-11 season, when he helped Siena earn promotion, a performance which landed him the job with Juventus.
Conte believes he is innocent, but will he still have to live with this cloud over his head? Will he be able to come back and lead Juventus to Scudetto number 29 (or 31 depending on how you look at it) in 2012-13? Here are six reasons why he shouldn't have a problem.