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Platini

Michel. born 1955, French football player and sports administrator
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SEPP BLATTER and Michel Platini are facing lifetime bans from football.
Michel Platini is already serving a 90-day suspension from football-related activities.
Sepp Blatter a assure que Michel Platini etait un homme honnete et que les 2 millions de francs suisse verses par la Fifa a Michel Platini en 2011 etaient [beaucoup moins que] un contrat oral [beaucoup plus grand que].
FOOTBALL: Michel Platini has filed an "urgent" appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) that his 90-day provisional ban be lifted.
European football's governing body UEFA called for a rapid decision in the case of its suspended president Michel Platini on Thursday and said the FIFA presidential election should go ahead in February as planned.
FIFA'S 90-day suspension of Michel Platini is under renewed fire after the South American confederation called for him to be allowed to continue to run for the FIFA presidency.
Bach's declaration came after Fifa president Sepp Blatter and Uefa president Michel Platini were both provisionally banned for 90 days by Fifa's ethics committee pending investigations into a PS1.
THE European football organisation Uefa has expressed its "full confi-dence" in president Michel Platini and saying it "stands fully behind him".
MICHEL PLATINI has drifted from 1-3 to 11-10 to be Fifa's next president after Swiss prosecutors opened a criminal investigation into Sepp Blatter "on suspicion of criminal mismanagement as well as - alternatively - on suspicion of misappropriation".
FOOTBALL: Michel Platini has been promised the support of the FA of Wales in his campaign for the FIFA presidency.
MICHEL Platini has been given the firm backing of the Football Association after formally declaring he is to run for the FIFA presidency - and despite his public backing for Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup.
Michel Platini highlighted his aspiration to unite world football by bringing the continental confederations together and offering all national associations a common cause A' "listening to everyone and respecting the diversity of the game around the world.