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Maybe he's guilty, maybe he's not. There's presumption of innocence, of course, though that applies only to the judicial system and FIFA and Juventus are free to treat it as they wish.

Personally, I think the same goes for that American judge: innocent until proven guilty, as far as criminal law is concerned, but the senate should be free to decide whether an accusation on its own is enough to disqualify someone.

Of course, having millions and millions and millions of cash he's unlikely to ever be punished on any meaningful way.