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Blatter says he will speak in court on second day of corrupt soccer payments trial

By Reuters
09 June 2022   |   2:03 pm
The trial of former FIFA president Sepp Blatter and French footballing legend Michel Platini over alleged corrupt payments continued in Switzerland on Thursday.

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