Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon is angry over the way Italian football's betting scandal is being reported.
The newspapers in Italy have gone wild over the latest match-fixing allegations that have seen the likes of Beppe Signori arrested and transcripts of wiretapped phone calls published.
"In recent years something similar happened to me, as I was immediately considered guilty for something that in the end I had absolutely no involvement in," Buffon told Il Messaggero.
"It is only normal that anyone who fixes a game deserves to pay, but at the moment I don't see any decisive evidence, so I'd slow down with names and accusations.
"There is the risk of tarnishing people's names for weeks and then finally see their names cleared in a tiny article towards the back pages if all this proves to be unfounded.
"Despite the years going by, we continue to splash a name on the front page and everything around them is covered in mud."