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UEFA President Michel Platini Says Blatter Standing For Fifth Term On Basis Of 'A Lie'

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 26 / 15

UEFA President Michel Platini has accused FIFA President Sepp Blatter of "clinging on to power at all costs," claiming Blatter is standing for a fifth term on the basis of "a lie," according to Owen Gibson of the London GUARDIAN. Blatter, who will stand against Prince Ali bin al-Hussein in Friday's ...

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