ROME -- Appeals by former Juventus executives Luciano Moggi and Antonio Giraudo in Italy's match-fixing scandal were rejected Tuesday by an administrative court.
Moggi, Juventus' former general manager, and Giraudo, the club's former chief executive, each received five-year bans from soccer under sentences handed down by a sports court last month.
Juventus was stripped of its last two Serie A titles and relegated to the second division with a 17-point penalty.
Juventus has also appealed to the Tar of Lazio, the administrative court. Its case is scheduled to be heard Sept. 6.