Italian referee Gianluca Paparesta has had his suspension overturned by the country’s federal court.
The official was given an eight-month ban for his alleged involvement in the match-fixing scandal.
Paparesta had not informed the country’s governing body when approached by former Juventus official Luciano Moggi during a match between Reggina and the Bianconeri.
The referees’ new boss Luigi Agnolin was circumspect when asked to comment on the court’s ruling.
“I have taken note of this,” he explained.
“I am waiting to read the reasons behind the decision.”
Paparesta has already served three months of the original sentence, but is now free to the referee roster.