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“We will fight against all violence, sectarianism, everything we will fight,” Platini said during a visit to London. “Football is very nice, it’s a beautiful game and you have many beautiful things. But you have some bad things. As UEFA president you have take responsibility to look what are the bad things and change the system.”
The news comes just days before Rangers hosts Celtic on Sunday in the teams’ seventh meeting this season. Rangers are trying to close a four-point gap on the defending champions at the top of the Scottish Premier League.
The parcel bombs are the latest in a series of incidents targeting Lennon and others connected with Celtic.
The 39-year-old Lennon has endured threats and abuse during his soccer career _ both as a player and a manager.
AP Sports Writer Rob Harris in London contributed to this report.
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