Football: UEFA president says Platini could perform 'any role' after return
Four years after Platini's ban from all football-related activities for financial wrongdoing, the former UEFA boss is free to work in the sport again on Tuesday.
Ceferin was asked about Platini at Tirana on Sunday where he was watching France play Albania in their Euro 2020 qualifier.
Platini told Swiss television channel RTS in September that he"will be back".
The former France captain was banned in 2015 for receiving a two-million Swiss francs (US$2 million) payment from ex-FIFA chief Sepp Blatter, who was himself suspended for six years.Read more: CNA
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