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"We support Michel Platini's right to a due process and a fair trial and to the opportunity to clear his name," Uefa Secretary General Gianni Infantino said during a press conference in Nyon, Thursday, following a meeting of Uefa's executive committee and 54 national delegations. Uefa president Platini is currently being investigated over alleged corruption, including a £1.35 million (€1.81m/$2.07m) payment he received from FIFA president Sepp Blatter. "We strongly call on all instances involved in the current process, FIFA's ethics committee, FIFA's appeal committee and ultimately the court of arbitration for sport to work very rapidly to ensure that there is a final decision on the merits of the case by at the latest mid-November 2015," Infantino added. Platini, who is also FIFA's vice president, was suspended from all football by FIFA on October 8, along with Blatter and secretary general Jerome Valcke, whilst football's world governing body's ethics committee investigates the trio over allegations of corruption.
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