A prosecutor has requested Italy coach Antonio Conte face trial for alleged involvement in match fixing in 2011.

Conte is among 104 people named by the prosecutor in the northern city of Cremona.

The alleged offence off sporting fraud dates back to 2011, when Conte, the former Juventus coach, was in charge of Siena in Serie B.

The prosecutor cited a match against Albinoleffe (highlights below), while another accusation regarding a match against Novara was dropped.

The request by the prosecutor Roberto Di Martino mentioned guidelines issued by the Italian coaches’ association that said its members should “safeguard the moral conduct of the players”.

The next step will be a private hearing for Conte and all the other suspects, at which a judge will decide whether to press charges.

The Udinese coach, Stefano Colantuono, was also among those requested to stand trial.

Colantuono is being investigated over a Serie B match when he coached Atalanta against Crotone.

The general inquiry followed alleged attempts to manipulate matches in Serie B, the Italian second division, and the third tier Lega Pro during the 2010-11 season.

The Italian federation has already conducted its investigation and suspended Conte for 10 months in 2012, later reduced to four months on appeal.

More than 50 players were banned for up to five years and a number of clubs have had points deducted over the case.