A second goal from Bruno Bellone in injury time at the end of the match secured France's first major title in international football. Platini è un fenomeno: 9 gol in 5 partite E' l'Europeo di Michel Platini. The second came during the quarter-final match against Brazil in Guadalajara. On 9 July 2010, the day before the third place play-off of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, Platini collapsed at a restaurant in the Michaelangelo Hotel in Sandton, Johannesburg. [60], In June 2019, Platini was questioned over the awarding of the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.[61]. The focus of the team shifted to qualifying for the 1992 European Championship in Sweden. 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). ", "Michel was one of those great players who saw fitness work as being a bit superficial. His season would finish on a more positive note, and he would go on to make his league debut against Nîmes on 3 May 1973. 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. The first contributed to their 2–0 defeat of defending champions Italy at the Olimpico Stadium in Mexico City. I campioni che hanno fatto la storia dell'Europeo di calcio. [11][12] In a team featuring numerous members of Italy's victorious World Cup squad, Platini had a difficult introduction to Italian football. [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. Swiss prosecutors accused FIFA president Sepp Blatter of making a "disloyal payment" of $2m (£1.6m) to Platini. Platini became the team's most important player, scoring 17 goals, a number of which were scored from free-kicks, as was becoming Platini's specialty. Platini did not take part in the 1982 or 1986 World Cup third-place matches. 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. Platini missed the remainder of the season as a result, unable to assist Nancy in an unsuccessful bid to avoid relegation from Ligue 1. —Lilian Thuram, France '98 World Cup winning defender.[21]. "[63] La classe, il talento, la forza. Strepitoso l'Europeo 1984: segnò in tutte le gare, per un totale di nove centri in cinque gare. Platini headed the only Nancy goal in their 4–1 loss and was forced to leave the field injured. ", "When I was a kid and played with my friends, I always chose to be Platini. France won 4–3, with Platini infamously sending his over the bar. The French team completed the group stage with a draw against Israel, Platini scoring from a penalty. [8][12][20][30][31] When taking free kicks, Platini usually preferred to strike the ball from a distance of around 20 metres from the goal, with a direct kick which had not been touched by a teammate first; his unique free kick technique, which often involved him hitting the ball over the wall, influenced many other specialists, such as Alessandro Del Piero,[23][32] and Andrea Pirlo. He impressed in the Olympic team's 4–0 win over Romania in Brest, a result made even more impressive by the fact that Romania had fielded a full international side for the Olympic qualifier. In the 1985 Intercontinental Cup final against Argentinos Juniors, Platini scored from a penalty during regulation time, also having another goal disallowed, and later assisted Michael Laudrup's equaliser; he subsequently netted the match-winning penalty in the resulting shoot-out, and was named Man of the Match. [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). Platini è un fenomeno: 9 gol in 5 partite E' l'Europeo di Michel Platini. A sorpresa ci fu l’eliminazione della Germania Ovest di Rummenigge e la delusione del Belgio, che non riuscì a ripetere l’exploit dell’europe di quattro anni prima quando arrivò in finale. In spite of his injuries and the boos that would greet him, Platini maintained his pranksterish sense of humour. La stagione 1984-85 termina con i bianconeri al 6 posto in campionato. 1984: la conquista dell'Europeo Platini e il connazionale Giresse durante le semifinali di Coppa dei Campioni 1984-1985 tra Juventus e Bordeaux. [37] Platini based his speech on virtues of solidarity and universality. "Platini" redirects here. [5] The committee said Platini "did not show commitment to an ethical attitude" and lacked respect for laws and regulations of the organization. Platini was, along with Fernand Sastre, head of the organizing committee for the 1998 FIFA World Cup, held in France. With both sides level at 3–3 after extra time had been played (Platini having scored France's first goal of the game from a penalty) the match went to a penalty shoot-out which West Germany won 5–4. It was the seventh European Football Championship, a competition held every four years and endorsed by UEFA. La storia del primo campionato europeo disputato in Francia nel 1984 comincia settant’anni prima in un piccolo comune della provincia di Novara, Agrate Conturbia, una vecchia provincia dell’Impero Romano. Addio a Michel Hidalgo, guidò la Francia di Platini al titolo europeo nel 1984 Michel Hidalgo insieme a Michel Platini ai campionati europei del 1984. Nella stagione 1983-1984 oltre a vederlo trionfare in Campionato e in Coppe delle Coppe, Platini vince il suo primo pallone d’Oro. Another trial at Metz went horribly wrong when a breathing test on a spirometer caused Platini to faint. Following his participation in the 1976 Montreal Olympics, Platini signed a two-year contract with Nancy, his first professional contract. La fase finale del Campionato Europeo del 1984 fu giocata in Francia dal 12 al 27 giugno. L'incontro fu vinto dalla squadra di casa per 2-0. The doctor's verdict on Platini's breathing difficulties and weak heart ended any hopes Platini had of playing for his boyhood favorites. Regarded as one of the greatest footballers of all time, Platini won the Ballon d'Or three times, in 1983, 1984 and 1985, and came seventh in the FIFA Player of the Century vote. 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. In doing so, Platini completed the rare feat of appearing for more than one country at full international level. [4], —Giovanni Trapattoni, Juventus coach. L'ex CT è deceduto all'età di 87 anni: fu l'artefice della rinascita del calcio francese negli anni '80. La fase finale del Campionato Europeo del 1984 fu giocata in Francia dal 12 al 27 giugno. [25][28][34] Moreover, Platini was known for his discipline on the pitch; indeed, in his extensive career, he was never sent off.[35]. He has been a member of the UEFA Executive Committee and European member of the FIFA Executive Committee since 2002. Nella prima semifinale giocata a Marsiglia il 23 giugno 1984, la Francia riuscì ad avere la meglio sui portoghesi solo nei tempi supplementari grazie ad un gol all’ultimo minuto di Michel Platini. For the Brazilian footballer, see, "We bought him for a morsel of bread and he put, "I played for Nancy because it was my hometown club and the best in Lorraine, for Saint-Étienne because it was the best team in France, and for Juventus because it is the best team in the world! 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. Europei, la storia: Francia 1984. [18][19][20] Following the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, Platini spent another season at Juventus before retiring from football in June 1987. E noi parleremo di " Le Roi" Michel Platini. ... La Francia di Platini solleva il trofeo, grazie sia alle reti di Michel (9) che al grande Europeo disputato da Jean Tigana. Platini's three years at Saint-Étienne were a mixed success. Platini è tutt'ora il secondo marcatore di sempre con la maglia della Francia, con 41 reti in 72 presenze, preceduto solo da Thierry Henry. Le otto finaliste era le seguenti: nel girone A c’erano i padroni di casa della Francia, la Danimarca, il Belgio e la Yugoslavia, invece il girone B era composto da Spagna, Germania Ovest, Portogallo e Romania. Platini e il connazionale Giresse durante le semifinali di Coppa dei Campioni 1984-1985 tra Juventus e Bordeaux. 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. Nel 1984 i francesi organizzarono e vinsero l'Europeo, con la firma di Michel Platini, il giocatore simbolo di quella nazionale. Instead, Platini returned to first-team football two weeks later for Nancy's French Cup semi-final against Marseille at the Parc des Princes. Il Campione nasce a Joeuf , a 50Km da Nancy, il 21 giugno 1955. Michel François Platini (born 21 June 1955) is a French former football player, manager and administrator. He has also talked about banning clubs from the competition based on the debts of the clubs. 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. President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing presented him with the trophy. He returned to regional league football with Jœuf. La favorita del torneo era sicuramente la Francia allenata da Hidalgo, che oltre a giocare in casa aveva tra le sue file giocatori di grande qualità come Platini, Tigana, Giresse, Bellone ecc. Drawn in a difficult group with Italy as well as hosts (and eventual winners) Argentina, France's loss to the hosts in Buenos Aires effectively ensured their elimination; France did not survive the first round. Playing for the reserves a few days later, a hefty challenge from an opponent left Platini with a bad ankle injury. Platini has also backed caps on wages, transfer spending – both absolute and as a fraction of club turnover – and foreign ownership of clubs. As a result, he was ruled out of Nancy's Cup Winners' Cup campaign. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1984 UEFA European Football Championship final tournament was held in France from 12 to 27 June 1984. Among the international friendlies France played in preparation for the World Cup, their match against Italy in Naples on 8 February 1978 (2–2) was particularly significant for Platini. [33] Despite his talent, skill, and outstanding playing ability, Platini also drew criticism from his managers at times, due to his lack of stamina and poor defensive work-rate. We investigated against him in between as a witness and an accused person. Euro 1984: il trionfo della Francia di Platini La fase finale del Campionato Europeo del 1984 fu giocata in Francia dal 12 al 27 giugno. campionato europeo 1984 ---> indice la francia conquista il trofeo capocannoniere platini (francia) con 9 gol cannoniere della fase finale con 9 gol: platini (francia) Platini è un fenomeno: 9 gol in 5 partite E' l'Europeo di Michel Platini. —Platini after his final match in Serie A against Brescia, in 1987. He served on the UEFA Technical Development Committee from 1988 to 1990. Spurred on by booing fans, Platini competed for every ball, and he picked up a bad ankle injury in a tackle. They registered another 4–0 win in their next match against Guatemala, with two goals from Platini. [56][57][58], In April 2016, Platini has been named in the Panama Papers. Platini's duels with Zoff and his performance in a match that was broadcast on Italian television made him a name in Italy. 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One of his trademark free-kicks helped France defeat the Netherlands 2–0 in Paris (18 November 1981) in a crucial qualifying match for the 1982 World Cup in Spain. Anna's family has its roots in the province of Belluno, while Aldo's father, Francesco Platini, was an immigrant from Agrate Conturbia, in the province of Novara, and settled in France shortly after the end of the First World War. 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. 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. 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. Platini was quick to make a big impression at his new club, scoring a hat-trick in a reserve team match against Wittelsheim. 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. It was decided to proceed with the match in order to avoid inciting any further trouble, and after both captains had appealed for calm, the match began just under an hour and a half beyond schedule, with riot police still engaged in a pitched battle with Juventus fans. Il girone A fu dominato proprio dai transalpini che riuscirono a vincere tutte le partite, l’altra qualificata fu la Danimarca. The situation came to a head in a match away to Saint-Étienne. [17] In the days following the final, Platini was criticised in some quarters for his lack of restraint in celebrating Juventus' win. This goal was to be the last of his international career. 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. [43] However, on 7 January 2016, Platini announced that he would not be standing in the Fifa presidential election, saying "The timing is not good for me. Michel François Platini (born 21 June 1955) is a French former football player, manager and administrator.As the president of UEFA in 2015 he was banned from football, over ethics violations. 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. [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. France's qualifying campaign was ultimately unsuccessful. Before travelling to Argentina for the World Cup, Platini won the first major trophy of his playing career, captaining Nancy to victory in the 1978 French Cup final against Nice and scoring the only goal of the game. 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. La favorita… Platini considered this match the greatest memory of his career. 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. During his career, Platini played for the clubs Nancy, Saint-Étienne, and Juventus. In 1984, Platini captained France to success in the European Championship on home soil. 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. Bel regalo - Il 27 giugno 1984 è il giorno della finale tra Spagna e Francia. [8] Platini was a key player of the France national team that won the 1984 European Championship, a tournament in which he was the top scorer and best player, and reached the semi-finals of the 1982 and 1986 World Cups. Michel Platini's nine goals for France at EURO 84 - YouTube I due furono tra i protagonisti, all'Europeo di Francia 1984, dei Bleus per la prima volta campioni continentali. Sfide racconta le gesta di uno dei calciatori più forti della storia. The away leg of the qualifying tie was a mere formality, France coming away with a 1–1 draw. Platini was confirmed in attendance two days later at the final between Spain and Netherlands on the evening of 11 July. In quella occasione, Platini – arrivato sull’onda di una stagione trionfale: lo scudetto, la coppa delle Coppe, il titolo di capocannoniere della serie A – si superò. A number of clubs both in France (Paris Saint-Germain and Saint-Étienne) and across Europe (Juventus, Internazionale, Napoli, Barcelona, Valencia, and Arsenal, to name a few) began the clamour for his services. Le otto finaliste era le seguenti: nel girone A c’erano i padroni di casa della Francia, la Danimarca, il Belgio e la Yugoslavia, invece il girone B era composto da Spagna, Germania Ovest, Portogallo e Romania. I don't have the means to fight on equal terms with the other candidates. Platini has recently backed the 6+5 idea, six home-grown players and five foreign players to be introduced in top-flight teams in Europe. At Juventus, Platini inherited the number 10 shirt from the recently departed Liam Brady. Platini was called up for a trial with Metz, but missed out on the opportunity due to injury, and was not immediately invited back after the Metz coach moved to another club. […] Bye bye Fifa, bye bye Fifa presidency. France progressed to the quarter-final stage, where they would face a full-strength East German team. ... Nel 1982 Platini, nel 1983 Zico, nel 1984 Maradona. 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. In the month following the decisive qualifying match, Platini finished third in the voting for the 1977 European Footballer of the Year. [36] In the election in Düsseldorf on 26 January 2007, he defeated Lennart Johansson, who held the post for the previous 16 years, by 27 votes to 23. In campo europeo Michel porta la Juventus a vincere la Coppa delle Coppe, battendo in finale il Porto per 2-1. Il campionato europeo di calcio 1984 (in francese Championnat d'Europe de football 1984), informalmente noto come Euro 84, fu la settima edizione del massimo torneo continentale per squadre nazionali europee organizzato dall' UEFA con cadenza quadriennale. "[45][46] Both Platini and Blatter were placed under formal investigation by FIFA's independent ethics committee in late September 2015. The 1984 European Championship in France had the lot, a perfect storm that culminated in French glory, their first major trophy. Ha segnato 41 volte, che è stato un record nell’eredità della squadra francese fino a … Platini's last match came on 27 November 1988, when he came out of retirement for one day to play in an international friendly match representing Kuwait against the Soviet Union, at the request of the Kuwaiti Emir. La finale del campionato europeo di calcio 1984 si tenne il 27 giugno 1984 al Parco dei Principi di Parigi tra le nazionali di Francia e Spagna. Platini was named coach of the French national side on 1 November 1988, replacing Henri Michel, who had been forced out after France infamously drew with Cyprus (1–1) in a 1990 World Cup qualifier. EUROPEI 1984: Michel Platini . Alla Francia Platini regalò l'Europeo del 1984, disputato in casa, giocando, per necessità, anche da attaccante puro. With a 3–1 win over Bulgaria at the Parc des Princes on 16 November 1977, a match in which Platini excelled in the role of playmaker and scored with a strike from 30 yards, France secured qualification for the 1978 World Cup in Argentina for their first appearance in the World Cup finals since 1966. [7] In recognition of his achievements, he was named a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur in 1985 and became an Officier in 1998. After performing poorly in the final of a 1969 young footballers' competition, Michel Platini attracted attention at 16 years of age in a Coupe Gambardella tournament match with an impressive display for Jœuf juniors against a Metz junior side.