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Platini: “If there is something that worries me is the security”

 AUTHOR: Denise Freitas, 2012-04-12 22:57

UEFA president, Michel Platini, has visited the Warsaw National Stadium, in Poland, on Wednesday evening, and revealed that he expects a great environment in the two Euro 2012 hosting countries.

“I foresee a great Euro tournament. I always look at the cup half-full and never half-empty. I see all the wonderful things related to football, like the great atmosphere that we will have at Poland and Ukraine,” he stated.

On the other hand, the Frenchman also expressed some concerns in regards to the security measures.

“If there is something that worries me is the security,” he noted when asked about recurrent issues in both countries, like cases involving hooliganism.

 
France Michel Platini
Michel François Platini
France France
1955-06-21 (59 years)


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