"It hurts. It hurts for everything I can think of, everything I've done. It hurts, it hurts. But after all, they did their job and then we tried to answer all the questions."
French great and UEFA president Michel Platini
upon being released Wednesday at 12:30 a.m. more than 15 hours after he was taken into custody for questioning in the French city of Nanterre
by anti-corruption police investigating influence peddling in UEFA's award of Euro 2016 to France and FIFA's award of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosting rights to Russia and Qatar, respectively. (AP