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Elections over. Now hard work begins for new FIFA boss

Elections over. Now hard work begins for new FIFA boss

‘He has a massive task of course, but he can start work in a totally different atmosphere’ IMAGE: The new FIFA president Gianni Infantino looks on during a press conference. Photographer: Matthias Hangst/Getty Images Gianni Infantino's election as FIFA president should give football's governing body the time it needs to begin tackling the corruption and other problems that have dragged it into the worst crisis in its 112-year history, current and former officials said. As well as ..., 2 months ago
'Women can help solve FIFA's problems', 1 month ago

2026 World Cup bid must be 'bullet-proof', says new FIFA boss Infantino

‘We have to get the 2026 bidding process absolutely right’ IMAGE: FIFA President Gianni Infantino attends a news conference. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters FIFA must make the 2026 World Cup bidding process 'absolutely bullet-proof' because the entire organisation's credibility is at stake, new president Gianni Infantino said on Friday. Infantino, elected Fifa boss last week, hopes to start 2026 bidding within three months after it was delayed by the wide-reaching corruption ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Infantino suggests 40-team World Cup in 2026  Rediff.com1 month ago What Asia needs to do after Infantino's win  Rediff.com2 months ago

Football's reputation at stake! Swiss police raid UEFA headquarters

‘It is in my interest and in the interest of football that everything should come to light’ IMAGE: FIFA president Gianni Infantino speaks during a press conference. Photograph: Valeriano Di Domenico/Getty Images . Swiss police raided the headquarters of the European soccer body UEFA on Wednesday to gather information about a contract signed by Gianni Infantino, now head of the global soccer body FIFA, that was reported in the Panama Papers. The Swiss attorney-general's (OAG) ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Why the Arabs are bitter after FIFA presidency elections

‘Arabs split as usual so a historic chance has been wasted and I think it will not come again’  ‘Sheikh Salman was depending heavily on Africa and Asia and the plan was to get 100 votes in the first round’ ‘Some countries gave promises but didn't fulfil them. We are all Arabs but unfortunately some support the other party (candidate)’ IMAGE: Supporters of Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa on the sidelines of the Extraordinary FIFA Congress.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Platini's Panama account was declared in Switzerland

‘Holding bank accounts through companies is not illegal as long as they are declared, which was the case here’ IMAGE: Banned UEFA President Michel Platini. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images. Banned UEFA President Michel Platini's Panamanian bank account was declared to the authorities in Switzerland, where he lives, his lawyer said in an interview published by French newspaper Le Figaro on Tuesday. Messi, Platini and disgraced FIFA officials named in Panama Papers "Holding ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Is India-born Gulati in line for BIG FIFA post?

Infantino begins search for non-European chief executive IMAGE: President of the United States Soccer Federation Sunil Gulati,. Photograph: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images The victory celebration over, new FIFA president Gianni Infantino’s first major decision in charge of the troubled world football organisation will be to appoint a secretary general, effectively a chief executive, to run day-to-day operations. New FIFA head Infantino still says has not been told salary Since FIFA was ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Javier Ceppi expresses displeasure at lukewarm response to football by Goa fans

"Having 500 people watching the I-League matches doesn’t show too much of willingness from Goa to be honest. Goans need to show up not only for ISL to watch FC Goa but also for their I-League teams. That’s a very large component to it. Also for ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

City Bus Segment Key for GCC Public Transport Expansion

(MENAFN Press) Transport infrastructure investment continues to rise in the UAE Increased city bus travel set to relieve regional road congestion Dubai UAE - April 272016:As the public transport sector across the UAE and other GCC countries ...
 MENAFN1 day ago

Neymar under scrutiny as Barca's campaign stutters

Image: Barcelona's Neymar reacts reacts against Valencia. Photograph: Albert Gea/Reuters. Barcelona forward Neymar finds himself at the centre of unwanted media attention in Spain as his struggling team's promising season threatens to unravel after a run of defeats. The Brazilian has not scored in his last five games and is being portrayed as one of the reasons for Barca's woes after three straight La Liga losses has seen them caught by Atletico Madrid, who have also knocked them out of the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

ISL: Former Costa Rican Alex Guimaraes named Mumbai City FC coach

Former Costa Rican midfielder Alexandre Guimaraes has been named head coach of Mumbai City FC, for the third season of the Indian Super League. Borges has in the past held the job of head coach of the Costa Rica national football squad, leading the country past the qualifying stages of the 2002 and the 2006 FIFA World Cups. A release from ,Mumbai City FC stated that Borges started coaching Costa Rican club Belen, then moved to another club Herediano in the summer of 1996, and had achieved good ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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