Ex-FIFA chief Blatter 'optimistic' in grilling by Swiss prosecutor
Former world football chief Sepp Blatter remains "optimistic" Wednesday, his spokesman said, as he faces a fourth day of questioning by a Swiss prosecutor investigating a suspect FIFA payment to Michel Platini.
Ex-FIFA boss Blatter arrives for payment probe hearing
Sepp Blatter, the former world football chief, arrived on Monday for final hearings with a Swiss prosecutor in a fraud probe surrounding a 2011 FIFA payment to Michel Platini.
Blatter's turn to face Swiss prosecutor over Platini payment
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter was facing questioning Tuesday by a Swiss prosecutor over a payment of two million Swiss francs ($2.2 million) made to former UEFA boss Michel Platini in 2011.
Michel Platini faces Swiss prosecutor in payment probe
Former European football chief Michel Platini arrived for a meeting with the Swiss public prosecutor on Monday as part of proceedings investigating a two million Swiss franc ($2.2 million) payment he received in 2011.
'Any Super League will become boring' - UEFA chief Ceferin ready to take fight back to elite clubs
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin on Thursday promised to make sweeping changes to Financial Fair Play rules in the wake of Manchester City's successful appeal against a ban
Platini loses European court appeal against football ban
Former UEFA head Michel Platini has lost his appeal at the European Court of Human Rights against a four-year ban from football over a 2 million Swiss franc (1.8m euro) payment from then FIFA president Sepp Blatter in 2011.
FIFA to take legal action to recover 2 million Swiss francs from Platini: document
FIFA is to take legal action by the end of the year to force Michel Platini to return two million Swiss francs ($2 million) he received "illegally" during Sepp Blatter's reign at world football's governing body, according to a document seen Wednesday.
Ex-UEFA chief Platini slams VAR as 'load of crap'
Former UEFA president Michel Platini has slammed the use of VAR technology, the introduction of which he has always opposed, as a total nightmare, in an interview on Italian television.
Ex-UEFA chief Platini taking action to recoup back pay, legal fees
Former UEFA president Michel Platini is taking action to obtain substantial amounts of back pay as well as a bonus and legal fees, he told AFP on Friday.
Qatar World Cup chief unconcerned by Platini corruption questioning
Qatar's 2022 World Cup organizing committee chief Hassan Al Thawadi insisted on Friday that the Gulf nation has nothing to worry about in relation to a French corruption investigation. Former European football president Michel Platini was questioned by French anti-corruption investigators for several hours on Wednesday in relation to the 2010 award of World Cup…