Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho faces a disciplinary hearing for comments he made after the 2-0 victory over AC Milan.
The Nerazzurri beat their local rivals to go nine points clear at the top of Serie A despite having two men sent off.
Wesley Sneijder and Lucio were the players red carded and Mourinho stated after the final whistle that 'everything was done for us not to win this match'.
The Portuguese tactician added: "I've realised they won't let us wrap up the championship early."
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has now charged Mourinho for his outburst, saying that his remarks had been damaging to the 'credibility of federal institutions and cast doubt on the regularity of the championship'.
The club and Inter chief executive Ernesto Paolillo have also been charged.
Paolillo questioned the league's neutrality after AC Milan managed to reschedule a fixture to have the week before the derby free, like their city rivals.
It has also been confirmed that Sneijder will serve a two-match ban after verbally abusing the referee.
The Dutchman will miss Sunday's trip to Parma and the home clash against Cagliari before returning to action when Inter face Napoli on 14th February.
Inter will also be without defender Lucio for this weekend's encounter in Parma with the Brazilian serving a one-match suspension.