The sixth hearing into the Calciopoli trial in Naples has been adjourned until Tuesday, April 27, after Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti and others failed to show because of the European flying restrictions in place.
Judge Casoria closed proceedings following a brief hearing that lasted less than an hour in which plans for the next session were outlined.
She expects to see Ancelotti next week, and summoned both Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini and Carabinieri inspector Salvagno, who was part of the investigating team into the 2006 trial.
It must be noted that both Ancelotti and Mancini will only be present in court as witnesses to give evidence in relation to their time as coaches of Milan and Inter respectively. Neither are accused of anything.
Pierluigi Pairetto's legal team was expected to deposit further phonecalls, but they were unable to. Casoria established that in a hearing slated for May 4, the court will appoint Roberto Porta, the man tasked with transcripting all the 74 calls presented last week by Moggi's legal team, and the further 20 calls that will be deposited by Pairetto's lawyers.
Casoria confirmed the calls presented last week, and the further 20 that Pairetto will hand over, are to be considered a definitive list.
Also, attorney Giuseppe Narducci is keen to obtain an interview Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini gave a local radio station in which he is alleged to have admitted to asking for a specific referee.
As those at the hearing left, Luciano Moggi was surrounded outside the court building by journalists and around 50 Juventus fans.
The former Juventus director again took a swipe at the club's current leadership.
"Ask Juventus why they are not defending themselves, and why is it just me who is defending them?" he told Sky News Italia.
The case continues.