ROME, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Juventus lodged a second appeal on Tuesday against their relegation to Italy's Serie B for match-fixing.
Last week an appeals tribunal confirmed Juve should be thrown out of Serie A but reduced their points penalty at the start of next season to minus 17 from minus 30.
Juventus immediately announced they would appeal again to Italy's Olympic Committee (CONI). The appeal lodged on Tuesday is the last one the club can make to a sporting authority.
However Juventus, who were also stripped of the Serie A titles they won in the last two seasons, have said they are prepared to take their case higher by appealing to an administrative court.