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UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino spoke to uefa.com after the two-day UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Funchal, Madeira, on Friday.
Mr Infantino talked about the decisions taken at the meeting, including the confirmation of four host cities in Ukraine for UEFA EURO 2012™, as well as the reasons why. Click here for further details.
Great deal of work
"We give a clear road map, clear guidelines, clear targets, and these were fulfilled by the Ukrainian authorities and they have to be congratulated for that – the Ukrainian FA and the Ukrainian government," Mr Infantino said. "I think generally we can say that all Ukrainian cities have done a lot, a great deal of work."
Combating match fixing
The UEFA General Secretary also spoke of the efforts under way to combat match-fixing in the wake of recent developments. "Once again, the Executive Committee stressed the zero tolerance policy for anyone who tries to manipulate football games," Mr Infantino said. Click here for further details.
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