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Brazil to appeal Neymar's World Cup qualifying ban

Other Stories in Football ISL auction: Indian players go under the hammer today FIFA ethics committee slaps life ban on Blazer Blasters set for major overhaul at Friday's auction FIFA rankings: Argentina back on top Will ... Manorama Online, 1 month ago

FIFA rejects Guyana's appeal against decision on SVG striker

Football's world governing body, FIFA, has rejected an appeal by the Guyana Football Association (GFF) after its Disciplinary Committee turned down a protest that St. Vincent and the Grenadines used an ineligible player during a World Cup Qualification match ...
 Prokerala1 week ago FIFA REJECTS BULLS APPEAL  Times of Swaziland1 month ago
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FIFA disowns 'ethnic sport for girls in schools' ...

FIFA on Thursday disowned comments made by the head of its reform committee, who had questioned why American authorities were investigating corruption in football, which he described as "just an ethnic sport for girls in schools" in the U.S. The ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago EXCLUSIVE-FIFA disowns "girls in schools" and Blatter comments by reform chief  AlertNet6 days ago FIFA disowns Blatter comments made by reform chief, Carrard  Malay Mail6 days ago FIFA disowns 'girls in schools' and Blatter comments by reform chief  Times Live South Africa5 days ago
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Football: FIFA ethics watchdog wants …

AFP FIFA's ethics committee on Thursday made a demand for wider powers in its pursuit of uncovering corruption, notably calling for greater transparency in proceedings against accused parties. The independent watchdog's twin chairmen listed ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Meet the men who could potentially succeed Sepp Blatter as Fifa president  Livemint.com1 month ago There is no corruption in football, reckons FIFA chief Blatter  Rediff.com1 week ago FIFA ethics watchdog wants more bite  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 month ago
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New Indian Express

United States asks Swiss to extradite 7 in FIFA probe

The officials, including two then members of FIFA's executive committee, have been in jail since being detained on U.S. arrest warrants in a raid on a luxury Zurich hotel on May 27. The arrests took place two days before FIFA's annual congress, ...
 Northern Territory Government2 months ago Swiss Extradite FIFA's Jeffrey Webb to the United States  New Indian Express1 month ago FIFA executive extradited to the US  New Zealand Herald1 month ago First of seven FIFA officials extradited to US  RTE Online1 month ago
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Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport

FIFA bans top official

FIFA's ethics committee has banned Harold Mayne-Nicholls, the Chilean who led the inspection teams for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, for seven years. Football's world governing body said more detailed information would be given after the final ...
 SABC1 month ago FIFA Bans Mayne-Nicholls For Seven Years Over Allegations In World Cup Bidding Process  International Business Times Australia1 month ago FIFA: World Cup chief Harold Mayne-Nicholls asked for favours from Qatar  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Football - Banned FIFA chief to appeal  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 month ago
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The Nation Pakistan

FIFA banned Chuke Blazer for life from football

Former FIFA executive committee member Chuck Blazer, a key figure in a U.S. investigation into corruption by soccer officials, on Thursday was banned for life from football activities by the sport's governing body. Blazer, who in 2013 secretly ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Sepp Blatter Bites Back  Sri Lanka Sunday Leader1 month ago Sepp Blatter is Leaving. FIFA's Sexist Policies Should go With Him  NDTV1 month ago Chuck Blazer banned from football for life  Mail & Guardian Online1 month ago
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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand to appeal disqualification from Oly qualifier

The Oceania disciplinary committee ruled on Sunday that New Zealand should be ejected from the tournament final in Papua New Guinea for playing an ineligible player in a 2-0 semifinal win over Vanuatu. Vanuatu was awarded the match and went on to ...
 Washington Times1 month ago Stuff-up crushes Olympic dreams  NEWS.com.au1 month ago NZ Football to appeal Oly Whites decision  New Zealand Herald1 month ago Rookie error crushes Olympic dreams  Herald Sun1 month ago
DNA India

NZ to appeal disqualification from Olympic qualifier

Deklan Wynne of New Zealand controls the ball during the FIFA Under-20 Wor ld Cup football match between New Zealand and the USA in Auckland on June 2, 2015. (AFP PHOTO / Michael Bradley) WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand Football says it ...
 China Daily Asia1 month ago New Zealand launch appeal against Olympics expulsion  ABS-CBN News1 month ago Football: New Zealand launch appeal against Olympics expulsion  DNA India1 month ago Decision of the OFC Disciplinary Committee  Solomon Star1 month ago
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ESPN Soccernet

Thailand FA president receives suspended one-year jail term

BANGKOK: Former FIFA executive committee member Worawi Makudi was found guilty on Wednesday of forgery in his 2013 re-election to lead the Football Associated of Thailand. A Bangkok criminal court sentenced Worawi to a suspended jail term of one ...
 Times of India1 month ago Thailand FA president Worawi Makudi handed suspended jail term  ESPN Soccernet1 month ago
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