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Thursday October 29 2015
Platini: ‘Still the right man for FIFA’

FIFA Presidential candidate Michel Platini insists he’s still “the most able to run world football”.

The UEFA President has been suspended for 90 days as FIFA investigates a payment from Sepp Blatter, but has still entered as a candidate to succeed Sepp Blatter on February 26, though he cannot campaign until his ban expires.

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Wednesday October 28 2015
Blatter: ‘Russia won’t lose World Cup’

Sepp Blatter assures Russia will not be stripped of the 2018 World Cup, calling England “bad losers.”

The tournament was awarded to Russia in 2010, with England also submitting a bid, but subsequent allegations of corruption have led to calls for the decision to be reassessed.

“You will never lose the World Cup,” Blatter told Russian news agency TASS.

“There will be no change in the World Cup.

“England? Bad losers. In Great Britain they created this beautiful game, they introduced fair play.

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Wednesday October 21 2015
FIFA investigating Platini, Blatter

FIFA’s independent Ethics Committee has confirmed it is investigating President Sepp Blatter and UEFA’s Michel Platini.

The pair have been suspended for 90 days by world football’s governing body, with the latter hoping to succeed Blatter at elections in February.

However, today it has been announced that a payment being investigated by Swiss authorities will also be subject to an internal probe.

Secretary General Jerome Valcke is also under investigation.

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Tuesday October 20 2015
FIFA confirms election date

FIFA have confirmed that elections to determine Sepp Blatter’s successor will go ahead on February 26.

The President of world football’s governing body has been suspended over corruption allegations, as has UEFA’s Michel Platini. Both men deny the charges.

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Monday October 19 2015
Platini defends Blatter payment

UEFA President Michel Platini explains a payment he received from FIFA’s Sepp Blatter.

The head of world football’s governing body is accused of making a “disloyal” payment to the former Juventus midfielder, something which the Swiss explained as a “gentleman’s agreement”.

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Friday October 16 2015
‘Gentleman’s agreement with Platini’

FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he had a “gentleman's agreement” with UEFA’s Michel Platini for a €1.6m payment.

Both men have been suspended from FIFA activity as investigations continue into what the Swiss attorney general has described as “disloyal payment”, though both deny any wrongdoing.

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Monday October 12 2015
Tavecchio: ‘Platini decision not easy’

FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio says it’s “not easy” to decide whether or not to support Michel Platini.

The Italian Federation has already pledged its support to the UEFA President in the FIFA leadership contest, but he has now been suspended for 90 days on suspicion of corruption.

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Monday October 12 2015
Abete: ‘FIFA must clarify’

Former FIGC President Giancarlo Abete says it’s “difficult” to imagine Michel Platini was involved in corruption.

The UEFA President has been suspended by FIFA’s ethics committee for 90 days, after revelations that he received a payment from Sepp Blatter described as “disloyal” by the Swiss attorney general.

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Friday October 9 2015
‘Italy still backing Platini’

President Carlo Tavecchio says the FIGC will still back Michel Platini for the FIFA Presidency.

The head of the Italian federation has already thrown his support behind the UEFA President, but the former Juventus midfielder has been suspended by FIFA for 90 days as he faces a corruption investigation.

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Friday October 9 2015
Blatter appeals FIFA ban

FIFA President Sepp Blatter is appealing against a 90-day suspension by the organisation.

The Ethics Committee of world football’s governing body opted to suspend the Swiss this week, as he’s being investigated as part of a corruption probe.

“He has appealed. He wants to go on until the congress on Feb. 26 and he is not giving up early,” Blatter’s friend and occasional spokesman Klaus Stoehlker told Reuters.

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