ATHENS, Greece (AP) — UEFA presidential candidate Michael van Praag says that countries have reneged on promises to back him in Wednesday's election to succeed Michel Platini.
The Dutch federation head has picked up four public endorsements, while rival Aleksander Ceferin says he is supported by more than 30 members from the 55-strong UEFA.
Van Praag says ''some people told me from the beginning that they would vote for me & then all of a sudden they turned their back to me. If you call that old school, then I can only say that happened.''
p>England, Belgium, Iceland & the Netherlands will vote for Van Praag.
If elected, the UEFA vice president ''would reopen the negotiations'' on the Champions League after complaints that England, Germany, Italy & Spain have been guaranteed four group-stage places.
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