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Opel, who also sponsor AC Milan, were to pay Collina pounds 545,000 per year and the FIGC told Collina he would only be able to referee second division games.
"AC Milan and the FIGC will have the possibility to submit their observations in this respect to Uefa
The FIGC subsequently upheld the appeal made by Raiola in April, annulling the suspensions.
The FIGC did not give a reason for the ban imposed on Raiola and his cousin Vincenzo Raiola, who is also an agent.The ban would prevent the powerful Italian-Dutch agent from doing business with clubs in Italy for most of the summer transfer window.
The FIGC and Serie A did not immediately reply to requests for official comment.
ROME: Italy's football federation (FIGC) elected a new president at the second attempt on Monday when Gabriele Gravina was chosen to replace Carlo Tavecchio who resigned last year over the national team's failure to qualify for the World Cup.
Generoso said there would be a creation of institutions, such as the governments of the federated regions and the Federal Intergovernmental Commission (FIGC), to accommodate the transition.
He added the regions may also seek financial assistance from the federal government, through the equalization fund to be administered by the Federal Inter-Government Commission (FIGC).
After missing the last opportunity to qualify for the World Cup, the Italian football federation FIGC hired Di Biagio, Italy's Under-21 national team coach, to take the helm of the first team on an interim basis.
Although the 48-year-old has been linked with a return to his former job as Italy manager, Italian football federation (FIGC) assistant commissioner Alessandro Costacurta said on Sunday that he has ruled himself out.
Lazio fined but avoid stadium ban for Anne Frank photo Lazio have been fined 50,000 euros ($61,000) but avoided a stadium ban over posters created by their fans featuring Holocaust victim Anne Frank, the Italian football federation (FIGC) announced.