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Won't commit suicide, will fight till end: Michel Platini

Won't commit suicide, will fight till end: Michel Platini

Former UEFA president Michel Platini has vowed to continue his fight against his ban from football after FIFA rejected his appeal.

Sepp Blatter to use 'all legal steps' to clear name: Lawyers

Sepp Blatter to use 'all legal steps' to clear name: Lawyers

Blatter and Platini were found guilty of a conflict of interest over that payment by FIFA judges.

Africa can help save FIFA, says Prince Ali

Africa can help save FIFA, says Prince Ali

Prince Ali said that we cannot have a secretive organisation.

All eyes on Paris ahead of Euro draw

All eyes on Paris ahead of Euro draw

Platini in danger of looking on from a distance as the European Championship is played out in Paris.

Russia, Qatar should still host World Cups: David Beckham

Russia, Qatar should still host World Cups: David Beckham

Beckham was part of the FA delegation aiming to win the 2018 bid for England.

Michel Platini lawyers say document could help prove his innocence

Michel Platini lawyers say document could help prove his innocence

Platini`s lawyers said that ethics investigators had recommended a lifelong ban for the Frenchman.

FIFA seeks life ban against UEFA president Michel Platini: Lawyer

FIFA seeks life ban against UEFA president Michel Platini: Lawyer

Appeals by both Blatter, Platini against their 90-day suspensions were rejected last week.

FIFA court opens case against Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini

FIFA court opens case against Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini

Platini was questioned by Swiss prosecutors over a $2 million payment from FIFA in 2011.

UEFA president Michel Platini to appeal FIFA ban in CAS

UEFA president Michel Platini to appeal FIFA ban in CAS

Michel Plantini has said he will move the CAS against his provisional suspension issued by FIFA.

Eight in the fray for FIFA presidency

Eight in the fray for FIFA presidency

Eight people officially declared their bids for the FIFA presidency as Monday's deadline was reached, Xinhua news agency reported.

Michel Platini hopeful of FIFA presidency despite suspension

Michel Platini hopeful of FIFA presidency despite suspension

UEFA president Michel Platini is still hopeful of succeeding Sepp Blatter as world football governing body FIFA president.

FIFA investigates 2006 Germany World Cup vote bribery allegations

FIFA investigates 2006 Germany World Cup vote bribery allegations

The corruption scandal sweeping world soccer engulfed Germany as FIFA said that it would investigate "very serious allegations" that voters were bribed to win the 2006 World Cup bid.

Under-fire Michel Platini slams 'farcical' FIFA ban

Under-fire Michel Platini slams 'farcical' FIFA ban

UEFA president Michel Platini has described FIFA's 90-day ban on him as 'farcical', and insisted that he will contest the decision at the appropriate time.

FIFA ethics panel recommends provisional suspension of 90 days for Sepp Blatter: Report

FIFA ethics panel recommends provisional suspension of 90 days for Sepp Blatter: Report

The FIFA ethics committee has been examining the cases of President Sepp Blatter and UEFA President Michel Platini, a move that could lead to the suspension of world soccer's most powerful officials.

More FIFA leaders should be imprisoned: Diego Maradona

More FIFA leaders should be imprisoned: Diego Maradona

Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona said more FIFA leaders should be imprisoned, a media report said.

Many will fall in football's graft scandal, feels Ronaldo

Many will fall in football's graft scandal, feels Ronaldo

Brazil legend Ronaldo has said he expects "many people will fall" as a result of a worldwide probe into corruption in football.

Michel Platini offers to help FIFA ethics committee "clear up" payment probe

Michel Platini offers to help FIFA ethics committee "clear up" payment probe

FIFA presidential candidate Michel Platini said on Monday he has offered to speak to FIFA`s Ethics Committee to help resolve any issues relating to the 2011 payment of 2 million Swiss francs ($2.1 million) that he received from world soccer`s governing body.