MILAN, March 28 (Reuters) - Fiat , the car maker controlled by Italy's Agnelli dynasty, is to be official sponsor for Juventus soccer club -- owned by the family and relegated to the second division over a match-fixing scandal last year. In separate statements, Fiat and Juventus said the deal would run for three years starting July 1. Libyan oil company Tamoil is currently the official sponsor. Juventus lost revenue from advertising and sponsorships after its relegation to Serie B, the ...
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