Michel Platini was quizzed by Swiss court officials on Wednesday over why UEFA has not yet implemented a ruling ordering Sion's reinstatement to the Europa League.
Platini, the president of European football's governing body, spent around two hours at the prosecutor's office in the canton of Vaud. He was followed by general secretary Gianni Infantino. "The president is really happy to have answered questions from the prosecutor as a witness," UEFA spokesman Alexandre Fourtoy said.
Sion were kicked out of the Europa League by UEFA for fielding ineligible players in their playoff tie against Scottish side Celtic in August.
Bhattacharya back at Mohun Bagan
Kolkata: Subroto Bhattacharya returned to Mohun Bagan on Tuesday in the role of the 122-year-old club's technical director said a club media release adding that Prasanta Banerjee was named coach. Both appointments are for the rest of the 2011-12 season and were made because Englishman Steve Darby quit after three games and less than three months in charge.
AFC Champions League semi marred by brawl
Suwon, South Korea: Qatari club Al Sadd's 2-0 away win over Suwon Bluewings in the first leg of their Asian Champions League semifinal on Wednesday was halted for 10 minutes and three players being sent off after the controversial quickly taken second goal by Mamadou Niang.