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FIFA ethics committee seeks lifetime ban for UEFA president Michel Platini

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FIFA's ethics committee is seeking a lifetime ban for Michel Platini, his lawyers have confirmed.

UEFA president Platini and outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter will have formal hearings into allegations of FIFA's ethics code breaches later this month over a ?1.3million payment made to the Frenchman in 2011.

A spokesman for Platini's lawyer Thibaut D'Ales confirmed the recommendation from the ethics committee's investigatory chamber was for a lifetime ban if the charges are proved.

It is expected that a similar sanction will be sought against Blatter, but there has been no confirmation from his legal team, while FIFA's ethics committee refused to comment.

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