Overview of the UEFA Executive Committee meeting taken in Basel, Switzerland, Wednesday, May 18, 2016. (Georgios Kefalas/Keystone via AP)
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French football legend Michel Platini could be barred from attending Euro 2016 in an official capacity following his spectacular fall from grace as president of European football's ruling body.Platini, whose successor as head of UEFA will be elected in Athens on Sept. 14, would have awarded the trophy to the tournament winners in his native France on July 10 .Theodoridis suggested Platini could be barred by FIFA's regulations from appearing in any official capacity at Euro 2016 matches.Platini's fall from grace, meanwhile, will leave UEFA without a president for almost a year by the time they vote to replace the Frenchman in mid-September.On Wednesday, UEFA confirmed its timeline for the UEFA presidential elections.
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