Former Milan aide to referees Leonardo Meani has given his account into Calciopoli in relation to the trial at the Tribunal of Naples.
Meani, who is alleged to have spoken to a number of referees and designators at the time of Calciopoli four years ago, admits to having had contact with various figures, but he has questioned why Inter were never probed after calls involving individuals from the club emerged at the current trial.
"After having heard things of all colours, I want to give my own version. It's not to go against someone, but to give an explanation of the facts, the reality that I lived," he is quoted as saying by Tuttosport.
"I knew many referees and designators from the time. And it was hard to say 'let;s not see each other anymore' just because they were referees.
"Milan were not a lump of power. Maybe I was the one who analysed everything carefully about what used to happen. I arrived at certain conclusions, but not with certainty, but by analysing certain dates and things."
Meani then said what Carlo Ancelotti told the court during last week's hearing - that Milan felt 'defrauded' following a goal that was, they feel,wrongly disallowed.
"After Siena-Milan a rage of anger exploded. Ancelotti said he felt defrauded. I saw [Gennaro] Mazzei in the stands. He said he was going to have a word with me, but then he disappeared," he added.
"I called him and he explained that the linesman was crazy after he ruled out [Andriy] Shevchenko's goal. So I asked for two intelligent linesman. And I asked him to send me someone who was awake but understood I did not want any gifts."
Then he took a shot at former Juventus chief Antonio Giraudo, suggesting he made comments that he was pleased Milan had been disallowed a goal during the game.
"I was rather different to [Antonio] Giraudo. He had a different role to me. And then he called [Innocenzo] Mazzini (former FIGC vice chief) to tell him that 'our friend in Siena was excellent'.
"And, in the Chievo - Milan match there was nothing to suggest anything.
Meani then questioned why calls involving Inter never emerged at the sports trial in 2006, despite evidence available at the time.
"I have maximum respect for Giacinto Facchetti, but even I questioned as to why I was wiretapped for three months for an inferior phonecall, where as with his phone, well, it was never put under control.
"If this was supposed to be an equal investigation, how come not even the president's [Massimo Moratti] phone was tapped? Maybe nothing would have happened, I don't know. But the levels of control with them were different.
"I don't want to see Inter penalised, but what I ask is why others were treated differently when the calls were the same as Milan's? Milan should have won that Scudetto [2004/05]."