29/01/2007 8.31 Moggi's Confession: I Wanted To Kill Myself Luciano Moggi has shocked the Italian football yet again, by declaring that he wanted to commit suicide following the Calciopoli scandal.
The former Juventus director has left the football world, but he still is very present in the daily sports news with his comments, opinions and declarations. His latest shocking revelation arrived on Sunday during the registration of an Italian TV program 'Il Bivio' (The Crossroad), where Luciano Moggi declared that he was on the verge of committing suicide following the Calciopoli scandal, but only his faith in religion stopped him from doing so. "I also thought about killing myself, but only the faith made me stop from doing it," an emotional Moggi told the presenter. This was later confirmed by the same Moggi when a journalist asked him if what he said was true. "Yes, it's true. As soon as it happened I thought of doing it, but not anymore." Moggi's involvement in the Calciopoli scandal cost Juventus two league titles and the demotion to Serie B football, but is still regarded by many Bianconeri fans as a hero. -- Cavaliere AC Milan atau tidak sama sekal! [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]