"Gianni Infantino's troubles may have just begun. The kickoff of the election campaign for the succession of Michel Platini as President of UEFA could soon lead to some more "dead bodies in the closet". Many Media are currently investigating the level of information and the role played by Infantino in the very suspicious assignment of Euro 2012 to Poland and Ukraine, in April 18 of 2007.
Questions also arise about his place and his role at the dead-end in which greek football was ended up after the outbreak of Koriopolis (match fixing scandal) in 2011.
According to the latest report of the Hellenic Justice (2015), one club is at the center of the criminal system and fully controlling the elite of greek football by bribes and threats: Olympiakos Piraeus.
It is really surprising that they have managed to escape punishment from UEFA! And nevertheless, Piraeus club continues winning domestic titles with impunity since then. Is it because they have friends in high places and with great influence within UEFA? Gianni Infantino, for example, who is a close friend of President of Olympiakos Evangelos Marinakis (as Michel Platini, as well)?
Or maybe Theodore Theodoridis, General Secretary of the European Association nowadays, and also ... the son of Olympiakos' vice president?", was the part of the article of well-respected journalists Eric Champel and Philippe Auclair related to Gianni Infantino's relationship with Olympiakos.