Uefa rubbish French minister’s Champions League fake tickets number

21/6/2022 6:16:00 PM

Uefa rubbish French minister’s Champions League fake tickets number

Uefa rubbish French minister’s Champions League fake tickets number

PARIS, June 21 — A senior Uefa representative said today he did not believe French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin’s claims about the number of fake tickets in circulation...

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Tuesday, 21 Jun 2022 9:22 PM MYT PARIS, June 21 — A senior Uefa representative said today he did not believe French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin’s claims about the number of fake tickets in circulation during the chaotic scenes before last month’s Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid.Following the game on May 28, Darmanin claimed that between 30,000 and 40,000 fake tickets in the hands of Liverpool fans was the cause of problems as police funnelled thousands of fans into overcrowded underpasses around the stadium, leading to the kick-off being delayed by more than 30 minutes.The Paris Saint-Germain star’s decisive spot-kick against Switzerland was saved in the last-16 shootout, resulting in the world champions exiting the tournament.Martin Kallen, general director of Uefa Events, who are in charge of the body’s commercial events, told a hearing at the French Senate, which is investigating the incidents, the figure was much lower.The decisions bring to an end the authority's investigation against Google, which has accepted to hold talks with news agencies and other publishers to pay for the use of their news.“We know there were around 2,600 tickets taken to the turnstiles which were fake,” Kellen said.In an interview with a Sunday newspaper, FFF president Noel Le Graet spoke of the lack of support Mbappe had felt after the Euro elimination, but failed to mention the racist abuse he had received, to the annoyance of the France striker.“But a lot of tickets didn’t get to the turnstiles.05155 (RM4.

.“We saw each other for five minutes in my office,” continued Le Graet, adding the striker “no longer wanted to play in the French team — which he obviously did not think”..How many? We don’t know, we can’t really verify.“Yes finally I explained to him (Le Graet) above all that it was in relation to racism, and NOT to the penalty,” Mbappe said.“We don’t believe it’s the number mentioned in France, which was more or less 30,000 to 40,000,” he added.Keller said other factors caused the problems at the Stade de France, in mayhem that saw the French police use tear gas at close range, even against children.” Le Graet later told French radio there was “no problem” between himself and Mbappe.The dollar edged 0.

“It wasn’t only the paper tickets that created chaos in front of the gates,” he said.“The reasons are numerous: a transport strike, poor reaction from stewards, police, there were delinquents and an extremely big flux of people in front of the stadium without a ticket or with fake tickets,” he added.I understood everything and there is no problem with Kylian.Liverpool and Real Madrid supporters are due to give evidence to the Senate later in the day.Uefa have launched its own probe, overseen by a former Portuguese education and sports minister, which Kellen said would present its conclusions in September.” Le Graet had spoken last year about how the striker had “taken a knock” after the penalty miss.“We thought the investigation would take a minimum two to three months,” Kallen said.60, the highest since October 1998.

“As it’s starting now, we could say sometime in September (for the results),” he added.He had taken a bit of a knock.Real Madrid won the final 1-0 to become European champions for the 14th time.— AFP Advertisement.“My role was to show him affection, to tell him that the federation was counting on him to bounce back.

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