Sporting Digest: Football
Saturday 29 July 1995
Napoli look set to win their battle to avoid bankruptcy and take their place in Serie A this season. A shareholders meeting approved a plan for a pounds 2.7m capital increase which will be guaranteed by the club president, Corrado Ferlaino, and one of his companies.
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