Crisis club Pro Piacenza was expelled from the third division of Italy after playing seven players at 20-0 defeat at Cuneo on Sunday.
Lega Pro's disciplinary committee said in a statement on Monday that the result was changed to a 3-0 loss of defeat due to the failure of league rules.
It was the fourth game of the club that was overdue, leading to the expulsion of them. They were fined € 30,000, with their results at the time being canceled and not considered in the league of league.
Pro Piacenza just put eight names in their team in the match with one of them, the physiologist Alessio Picciarelli, is not eligible to be listed. Picciarelli was banned until the end of 2019. "We want to underline, in addition to the conscious, multiple and fraudulent violations made by Pro Piacenza, the unacceptable behavior of the club that damages the most important sport competition, forced people together with their own teamheets and players of their opponents to participate in a remote match from a technical point of view (as well as physically dangerous in case of unprepared from a competitive point of view), "The word" Lega Pro "was added.
It states that Pro Piacenza was "broken, void and literally trampled on" principles of honesty and accuracy.
Earlier Monday, it was announced that the club had docked eight points and their president Maurizio Pannella banned six months for financial irregularities. The penalties were imposed by the Italian FA.
Dario Polverini, who moved to Virtus Verona in January after walking to Piacenza, told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "A really strong squad was built in July and we went on our training at the high-school preseason campus hope. "Ten new players arrived on the last day of the transfer window and we had a lot of 33 and a really high budget for this level. We won three and brought two of our first five games and led the league, after the first deadline on October 15, the owners did not pay their wages.
"In fact, in November our wages for In August, payments did not arrive, despite reassurances from the president, and the situation worsened.
" Meanwhile, rumors started round the city and the owners of our apartments told us that if we did not pay [the rent] we had to leave. Many of us have been forced to do so, even players with families and children.
"I ask myself how it is possible that a company sponsors of a Serie A Club [Lazio] can not pay a salary in Serie C. It does not add."