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SBD Global/May 6, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
UEFA President Michel Platini Happy With Euro 2016 Progress
Published May 6, 2013
ON TAPE: The BBC reported Platini "wants officials' conversations in European matches recorded after a controversial goal" in the Champions League semifinal between Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona. Bayern striker Thomas Müller "appeared to foul Jordi Alba before the German side's third goal" in its 4-0 first-leg win. Platini said, "I don't believe nobody saw the foul. Why was nothing said? I have asked the general secretary to record conversations between officials in matches involving five officials" (BBC, 5/3).