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…rimination,” Platini stated. UEFA has chosen four Polish cities and Ukraine’s Kiev to host the 2012 European soccer championship but has postponed a final decision on other Ukrainian venues, UEFA president Michel Platini said. “There are still many problems to be resolved in Ukraine. There are huge infrastructure problems,” Platini told a news conference in Bucharest, through an interpreter, on Wednesday. The four Polish…

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…bruary when a policeman was killed and then the problems in Roma for the Manchester United match, these things have been a big obstacle for us.” Poland and Ukraine’s victory fits in with new Uefa president Michel Platini’s policy of redressing the balance of power in football throughout Europe. However, it is understood Platini did not attempt to mobilise support behind any one bid. According to Uefa sources, Poland and Ukraine…

…ecided about such a fortunate for Ukraine UEFA Executive Committee’s verdict? The last minute decision of the Ukrainian government to grant additional means for preparations – says Ukrainian bulletin Sport Gala quoting Platini – Without this decision Ukraine would lose Euro 2012 – says UEFA President. The authorities of the European Federation believed in the assurances of the Ukrainian President and the Ukrainian Prime…

…ember 2011, the representatives of individual representations will choose centers for them, where their team will stay during the Euro. The vice-president Olkowicz announced that at the end of July the UEFA president Michael Platini will visit Poznan, Wroclaw and Gdansk for the first time. These are the cities which, apart from Warsaw, will organize Euro 2012 in Poland. Platini was in Warsaw in April this year and saw the construction of…

UEFA president Michel Platini confirmed that the final decision concerning EURO 2012 host cities will be taken in December. During his of the western city of Poznan, Platini said that four Polish cities – Gdansk, Wroclaw, Poznan and Warsaw – as well as the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, have initial approval to host the event. The decision was conditional in the case of three remaining Ukrainian cities, however: “These cities have five more months to…

…This relation comes from last Michael Platini visit in Poland….

…global economic crisis, preparations for the Championships are going ahead without any problems. She supported the earlier statements concerning the organization of the event in four Polish and four Ukrainian cities. In May, Michael Platini drew attention to major problems with the infrastructure and possibilities of giving fans accommodation during Euro 2012. At the beginning of July the head of UEFA reiterated his concerns in an interview with…

…y 1. The Ukrainian tourism sector has been accused of attempting to use the opportunity and setting definitely too high prices for very poor quality accommodation, what proved to be discouraging for football fans. UEFA chief Michael Platini, who visited Ukraine in April, told angrily about “bandits and crooks”. Troubles involving accommodation are accompanied by problems concerning getting to some of the locations where matches are to be held. A…

…FA does not imagine the situation in which Euro 2012 would not take place in the capitals of Poland and Ukraine – Warsaw and Kiev’ says Michael Listkiewicz, the chairman of the Polish Football Association. Michel Platini has already been talking about it after the meeting of Executive Committee of UEFA making organizers think about it ‘Whether Euro will take place in Poland and Ukraine depends on the pace of works in the main…