Cesena cruised to a 4-1 win at fellow Serie B side Catania on Thursday to complete the third round of the Coppa Italia.
The state prosecutor studying the case of Italian Serie B club Catania has suggested they be relegated and docked five points this coming season.
The president of Italian second division club Catania, Antonino Pulvirenti, has announced his intention to sell the club.
Pulvirenti is currently facing both criminal and sporting charges and Ferrero hopes he is punished severely on both accounts for what he has done.
The president of Italian Serie B club Catania has admitted to buying five matches last season, La Gazzetta dello Sport has reported.
The president of the Italian football association Carlo Tavecchio says action must be taken to clean up the Italian game.
The president of Catania football club, Antonio Pulvirenti, was among seven arrests made on Tuesday as part a match-fixing investigation.
Former Italy forward Marco Borriello has left Roma for a third spell at Genoa, this time in a permanent transfer.