Dan za povijest MICHEL, VIŠE NISI SAM: Ronaldo došao do još jednog rekorda za pamćenje! He continued to climb the ranks of UEFA and FIFA football administration and in 2006, became a chairman of the FIFA Technical and Development Committee, while also being vice-president of the French Football Federation. He played for 4 different clubs: AS Joeuf (during his amateur youth, 1966-72), Nancy (1972-79), Saint-Etienne (1979-82) and Juventus Turin (1982-87). Nord, Centro e Sud America In retrospect, this match may have been a Pyrrhic victory because Platini's brilliance drew the attention of Italy coach Enzo Bearzot, who devised a successful plan to contain him in a match-up that really mattered—the first round of the 1978 World Cup four months later. [9] Aldo was a professional footballer and a long-time director for AS Nancy, the club where Michel started his professional career. In a match away to Laval, Platini, angered by the taunts of the home supporters, scored a hat-trick, but unluckily sustained another injury. Michel Platini :: Le ultime notizie calcistiche :: Live Soccer TV. With a number of scouts from Italian clubs in attendance, he was in excellent form. He has also talked about banning clubs from the competition based on the debts of the clubs. He played for 4 different clubs: AS Joeuf (during his amateur youth, 1966-72), Nancy (1972-79), Saint-Etienne (1979-82) and Juventus Turin (1982-87). ", "When I was a kid and played with my friends, I always chose to be Platini. Another trial at Metz went horribly wrong when a breathing test on a spirometer caused Platini to faint. Born in Jœuf, in the Lorraine region, Platini is the son of Aldo and Anna (née Piccinelli), both of Italian ancestry. Michel François Platini (Jœuf, 21 giugno 1955) è un dirigente sportivo, allenatore di calcio ed ex calciatore francese, di ruolo centrocampista. Although Platini was not disgraced by his performances at his first World Cup, fans held him responsible for the French team's failure to progress in the tournament, and in the season that followed he was a target of jeering crowds. As a result, he was ruled out of Nancy's Cup Winners' Cup campaign. Il francese Michel Platini della Juventus, raccogliendo 110 voti, ha vinto il Pallone d'oro 1983. "[63] Nettamente staccato il secondo, lo scozzese Kenny. He resigned that post in 1992 and then served as copresident of the organizing committee for the 1998 World Cup, which was hosted by France. The focus of the team shifted to qualifying for the 1992 European Championship in Sweden. Ya buga wasan ƙwallo ma Ƙungiyar ƙwallon ƙasar Faransa daga shekara ta 1976 zuwa shekara ta 1987. É inoltre un ex calciatore che ha giocato nel ruolo di trequartista, indossando tra le altre anche la maglia della Juventus.Ha allenato la nazionale francese ed è stato dirigente sportivo. Michel Platini, in full Michel François Platini, (born June 21, 1955, Joeuf, France), French professional football (soccer) player and administrator who was named the European Footballer of the Year three times (1983–85) and served as president of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA; 2007–16).. Platini made his French first-division debut with AS Nancy in 1973. Platini was confirmed in attendance two days later at the final between Spain and Netherlands on the evening of 11 July. 0:41. He was attended to and discharged by cardiologist and former President of the South African Heart Association – Dr Leonard Steingo. Michel Platini, June 21, Michael Francois Platini was born on June 21, 1955, in Joeuf, Lorraine region in France, His ancestors came from Italy and settled in France during First World War. Platini was, along with Fernand Sastre, head of the organizing committee for the 1998 FIFA World Cup, held in France. In December 2015 he was banned from international football for eight years after a FIFA investigation found that he had accepted an improper payment from Sepp Blatter, the president of FIFA. Michel Platini (an haife shi a shekara ta 1955 a garin Jœuf, a ƙasar Faransa) shi ne ɗan wasan ƙwallon ƙafa ta ƙasar Faransa. Press reports claimed that Platini's season was over and that he would require a knee operation, but neither claim proved to be correct. In 72 appearances for France from 1976 to 1987, including 49 appearances as captain, Platini scored 41 times, a record for the French national team, which has since only been surpassed by Thierry Henry after scoring his 42nd and 43rd national team goals against Lithuania in a Euro 2008 qualifying match on 17 October 2007. [8][21][25][26][27][28][29] Although he primarily served as a creative midfielder, who operated in a more withdrawn playing role behind the strikers, and who mainly orchestrated attacking plays, provided assists, or created chances for teammates, Platini was also a prolific goalscorer. The club had signed him with a view to success in the European Cup, but despite some excellent results (including a 6–0 win over PSV in the 1979–80 UEFA Cup and a 5–0 win at Hamburger SV in the UEFA Cup the following season), the club were unable to surpass the feats of the Saint-Étienne side that had reached the final of the 1976 European Cup. Having set his mind on a transfer to Saint-Étienne, he signed a three-year contract with les Verts. I let my friends share the names of my other idols between themselves. France's qualifying campaign was ultimately unsuccessful. Platini scored the only goal of the match from a penalty kick, which had been controversially awarded for a foul just outside the area on Zbigniew Boniek, after the Frenchman had met his run behind the defence towards goal with a long ball. France won 4–3, with Platini infamously sending his over the bar. As the president of UEFA in 2015 he was banned from football, over ethics violations. His contract with the club expired in June 1979, and Internazionale, Paris Saint-Germain, and Saint-Étienne emerged as the clubs most likely to sign him, although the Nancy club president had been unwilling to let Platini leave the club. France unexpectedly reached the semifinals of the 1982 World Cup where they met West Germany in Seville for what proved to be one of the great matches of World Cup history. Our editors will review what you’ve submitted and determine whether to revise the article. Platini has also backed caps on wages, transfer spending – both absolute and as a fraction of club turnover – and foreign ownership of clubs. Platini's three years at Saint-Étienne were a mixed success. "Platini" redirects here. [37] Platini based his speech on virtues of solidarity and universality. France excelled in the qualifying stages, winning all eight of their group matches, including notable victories away to Spain and Czechoslovakia. [21], Platini is considered to be one of the greatest players of all time, and is regarded as one of the finest passers in football history, as well as one of the best ever penalty kick and free kick specialists to have played the game. They registered another 4–0 win in their next match against Guatemala, with two goals from Platini. He left for a nominal transfer fee (under UEFA regulations) despite being out of contract and no fee being necessary under French regulations at the time.[10]. In the final against Spain at the Princes Stadium in Paris, he opened the scoring with a free kick-goal, helped by a monumental blunder from Spain goalkeeper Luis Arconada. Platini would turn out for the French military team, in addition to representing the French under-23s and the French Olympic team. Sepp Blatter şi Michel Platini, din nou în pericol. Updates? ‏‎Michel Platini‎‏ در فیس‌بوک است. Adam Augustyn is Managing Editor, Reference Content at Encyclopædia Britannica. Michel François Platini (s.21. His individual impact on the tournament was huge with nine of France's 14 goals in just five games (the top goal scorer in Euro '84). #esami #suola #Juventus #Platini. Michel Platini è uno sportivo francese che attualmente riveste la carica di presidente della Uefa. In 2015, however, he was banned from football administration for conflict of interest by the FIFA Ethics Committee. He also held the positions of chairman of FIFA's Technical and Development Committee and vice-president of the French Football Federation. In 1984, Platini captained France to success in the European Championship on home soil. Ugrás a navigációhoz Ugrás a kereséshez. Platini did not take part in the 1982 or 1986 World Cup third-place matches. Born in Joeuf (Meurthe-et-Moselle, France) in 1955 from Italian immigrants, Michel Platini became one of the best French soccer players ever. On the substitutes' bench for a match against Valenciennes, Platini was spat on and hit by various objects thrown from the crowd when a fight broke out in the stands. Platini's performance made him a star in France. Nonetheless he contributed two important goals. German goalkeeper Harald Schumacher had collided with Patrick Battiston, leaving the Frenchman knocked-out cold, and the referee did not call a penalty, much to the anger of the French. He helped his new team win a league title in 1981, and in 1982 he transferred to Juventus of Italy. [21] Due to his leadership, dominance, and his technical, offensive, and creative attributes, as well as his ability to be a decisive player for his teams, he was given the nickname "Le Roi" ("The King", in French). Michel Platini, Rafał Dutkiewicz, Grzegorz Lato … On away trips, he would set off firecrackers in public places and then pretend to be dead, inevitably drawing a crowd. Platini won the French league title in 1981 with Les Verts, but was on a losing Saint-Étienne side in two French Cup finals, against Bastia in 1981 and against Paris Saint-Germain in 1982, in what was his last match for the club before joining Juventus. [7] In recognition of his achievements, he was named a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur in 1985 and became an Officier in 1998. He has stated that he wants to reduce the number of Italian, Spanish, and English teams that participate in the UEFA Champions League to a maximum of three instead of four. Il notiziario viene creato dal nostro algoritmo di classificazione automatica di testi con le ultimissime novità dai quotidiani e le agenzie di stampa online italiane. [62] The official statement released by FIFA confirmed that Platini was discharged, stating that the UEFA President was "fine, and merely suffering from a bout of flu. Together with the midfielders Alain Giresse, Luis Fernández and Jean Tigana, he formed the carré magique (magic square) of the French team in the 1980s. [48] On 21 December, Platini and Blatter were both found guilty of ethics violations and barred from the sport until 2023. He knows everything there is to know about football. Following his retirement as a player, Platini was the France national team coach for four years, and was the co-organizer of the 1998 World Cup in France. Scopri (e salva) i tuoi Pin su Pinterest. Platini and teammate Zbigniew Boniek successfully called for a change in tactics, and in the second half of the season Juventus saw an upturn in their fortunes. They reached the European Cup final, losing to Hamburger SV, but won the Italian Cup, the first of many club honours to follow for Platini in the coming seasons. Sasuwéné urip ing bal-balan, Platini kacathet ing tim AS Nancy-Lorraine (1973-1979), AS Saint-Etienne (1979-82), lan Juventus (1982-1987). The 1985 European Cup final against Liverpool at the Heysel Stadium in Brussels should have been the crowning moment of Platini's Juventus career, but was instead overshadowed by the Heysel Stadium disaster in which 39 people died, and 600 more were injured. [4], —Giovanni Trapattoni, Juventus coach. The re-taken free-kick was blocked by the defensive wall, but minutes later Platini had the ball in the Italian net from another free-kick. 15-gen-2013 - Questo Pin è stato scoperto da Cristiana Andolfi. "[45][46] Both Platini and Blatter were placed under formal investigation by FIFA's independent ethics committee in late September 2015. Platini was quick to make a big impression at his new club, scoring a hat-trick in a reserve team match against Wittelsheim. The away leg of the qualifying tie was a mere formality, France coming away with a 1–1 draw. "Paying a child to kick a ball is not that different from paying a child to work [...] in a factory," said Platini to members of the EU on 18 February 2009. Platini retired from the sport in 1987 as the country’s all-time leading goal scorer with 41 for his international career. Corrections? Platini made his last appearance for France on 29 April 1987, in a European Championship qualifier at home to Iceland, a few weeks before announcing his retirement from all football. He scored the winner in France's opening match against Denmark, and scored one "perfect" hat-trick against Belgium as France topped their first-round group with three wins out of three. He was rushed to the Morningside Medi-Clinic with a suspected heart attack after having received first aid care by a Brazilian radio director who was sitting at a table next to him. Omissions? After a record 19-match unbeaten run, they were among the favourites to win the competition and Platini was named Manager of the Year by the World Soccer Awards. The doctor's verdict on Platini's breathing difficulties and weak heart ended any hopes Platini had of playing for his boyhood favorites. kesäkuuta 1955 Jœuf, Ranska) on ranskalainen jalkapalloilija ja jalkapallovalmentaja sekä jalkapallovaikuttaja. Platini confirmed that he would run for the UEFA presidency in July 2006. [39] Among his more contentious claims is that international transfer of players under 18 is in fact a form of illegal "child trafficking" and should be prohibited by the EU. His colleagues in the battalion included his Nancy teammates Olivier Rouyer and Jean-Michel Moutier, as well as Maxime Bossis, soon to become a regular in the French national team along with Platini. With Nancy back in Ligue 1, Platini's military service reduced his availability for matches, but he continued to make himself available to play when possible. Platini practised his free-kicks with the help of his friend, goalkeeper Moutier, and using a row of dummies to form a defensive wall of sorts. Fostul "Balon de Aur" a revenit în fotbal, după o suspendare de patru ani . Mar 8, 2014 - This Pin was discovered by Gray. Michel Platini (naskiĝis en Jœuf (Meurthe-et-Moselle) la 21-an de junio 1955) estas franca futbalisto. But a string of uninspiring performances in warm-up matches, followed by France's first-round elimination from the tournament, led Platini to step down as coach. Juventus also captured two league championships (1984, 1986), a UEFA Super Cup (1984), and a European Cup Winners’ Cup (1984) during Platini’s tenure with the club, which lasted until 1987. In spite of his injuries and the boos that would greet him, Platini maintained his pranksterish sense of humour. He finished top scorer in Serie A for three consecutive seasons (1982–83, 1983–84, and 1984–85), and won a hat-trick of European Footballer of the Year awards (1983 through 1985). Their tournament began on 19 July with a 4–0 win over Mexico. Michel Platini, Rafał Dutkiewicz , Grzegorz Lato ( Vroclavo , 2009 ). Plus, he was voted 1983 Player of the Year by World Soccer Magazine. Vita:Michel Platini. The French team completed the group stage with a draw against Israel, Platini scoring from a penalty. 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