Uefa president Michel Platini sends hooliganism warning

Uefa president Michel Platini warns of a return to hooliganism's "dark days" as he was re-elected unopposed for a third term.

Platini talks about his first-hand experience of hooliganism as a player with Juventus when crowd trouble prior to the 1985 European Cup final against Liverpool at Heysel Stadium led to the deaths of 39 people.

More recently, the Greek Cup quarter-final between AEK Athens and Olympiakos was called off on 11 March after a pitch invasion by fans in the Olympic Stadium. The Greek Super League was suspended for a week by the government earlier this year after persistent crowd trouble.

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