Juventus and the Gadaffi family

BBC World Service's World Football investigates the links between the Gaddafi family and Juventus with James M. Dorsey, Ettore Livini and David Owen. Could the political unrest in Libya affect Italian football?

La Repubblica economist Ettore Livini has just compiled a dossier on Libyan investments in Italy.

Saadi Gaddafi says the 7.5% investment in Juventus is a long-term project. Journalist David Owen who has been speaking to Gaddafi Jnr on an almost daily basis since the un-rest.

James M. Dorsey - a senior research fellow at the National University of Singapore's Middle East Institute - believes Juventus officials should be embarrassed by their links with the Gaddafi regime.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/wswf

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