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Ethics committee says Blatter had 'all his rights'

09 October 2015, 20:46

Zurich - FIFA's ethics committee on Friday rejected claims by suspended FIFA president Sepp Blatter that he was not allowed to give evidence to the committee.

Also read: Matano accepts second place

"He had all his rights, including explaining himself in all necessary details. And with his lawyer," ethics committee spokesman Andreas Bantel told AFP.

After Blatter's suspension on Thursday, his lawyers said: "President Blatter was disappointed that the ethics committee did not follow the code of ethics and disciplinary code, both of which provide for an opportunity to be heard."



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