"Since 2006, when this whole scandal erupted, there have been more refereeing errors than between 2000-06," insisted the transfer guru.
"If there was a plot before, then there must be one now, too. In reality, I don't think there was a plot then or now.
"There is no such thing as referees who have been bought off. They feel intimidated by the big clubs and perhaps because of that give a few extra penalties, maybe when it's handy and a team is 2-0 or 3-0 up.
"They want to become international referees and for that you just need a club with a Federation consultant, such as at Milan and Inter.
"However, Juve did raise the ire of the others because they won too much. For 10 years we won everything and did so with limited financial resources.
"I will not deny that these things happened to Juve, but they were not as obvious as when Inter scored and won at Siena with five players offside."
The incident he refers to was in the last Serie A game before Christmas when Douglas Maicon's late offside strike handed Inter a 2-1 victory.
"That whole Calciopoli scandal was a joke and today I regret tending my resignation. The two Scudetti belong to Juve and should be given back.
"What is happening now with Milan and Inter is worse than what went on in the past. Last season Roma did not win the Scudetto because they were not allowed to.