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Massive setback for Real, Atletico Madrid
Khaleej Times

FIFA and Club Atletico Madrid agree on procedural calendar bef...

In the appeal proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in relation to the decision notified by the FIFA Appeal Committee on 8 September 2016 imposing inter alia a transfer ban on Atletico Madrid, both parties have agreed on a ..., 1 day ago
Real Madrid CF Appeals FIFA Decision Around The Rings, 1 month ago

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Real Madrid cannot exercise Jese's buy-back clause after FIFA ruling

Jese Rodriguez joined PSG from Madrid this summer The FIFA Appeal's Committee's rejection of the Real Madrid's appeal in respect of the transfer bans has had an unintended effect. As a consequence, Real Madrid would not beable to exercise the ...
 Sportskeeda.com1 month ago FIFA rejects appeals of Atlético de Madrid and Real Madrid in relation to transfers of minors  The Sports Campus1 month ago
The Zimbabwe Mail

FIFA's shadowy ethics committee suspends Blatter and Platini for eight years

Share this on WhatsApp FIFA banned suspended president Sepp Blatter and European soccer boss Michel Platini for eight years each over an unauthorised Sf2m ($2.17m) payment, further damaging both men's reputations and ending Mr Platini's ...
 The Zimbabwe Mail1 month ago Blatter claims role to remove Burundi president  The Zimbabwe Mail1 month ago Defiant Blatter says only FIFA Congress can bar him  The Zimbabwe Mail1 month ago FIFA's Blatter is still being paid his salary despite ban from world soccer  The Zimbabwe Mail1 month ago

International Olympic Committee seeks to reform anti-doping with 'more robust' WADA

Bach, however, appear to rule out WADA president Sir Craig Reedie's idea of imposing a small anti-doping levy on broadcasters and sponsors, saying his personal view was that sport should take the responsibility in the fight against doping. The ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago International Olympic Committee calls for new testing body  Jamaica Observer1 week ago Olympic committee calls for new anti-doping body=  AFP1 week ago Zimbabwe's Olympics Team Preps For Rio 2016 Olympics On Course  The Zimbabwe Mail1 month ago
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Federation Internationale de Football Association opens bribery case against former president Sepp Blatter and others

FIFA's Ethics Committee has opened a formal investigation against Joseph "Sepp" Blatter, Jerome Valcke and Markus Kattner, according to a statement released by the committee's investigatory chamber. The announcement came on the same day Jeffrey ...
 Examiner Gazette1 month ago Infantino: FIFA to decide in January on expanded World Cup  News 11301 week ago Fifa to decide in January on expanded World Cup  Khaleej Times1 week ago 'Positive' talks on WC expansion  Sunday Star-Times1 week ago

Mexico to appeal latest fine by FIFA over anti-gay chant

The Mexico federation has defended the right by fans to chant during kicks by opposing goalkeepers. The Mexican football federation (FMF) is set to appeal the fine and warning dished out by FIFA for anti-gay chants from fans during El Tri 's World ...
 ESPN Soccernet2 weeks ago Gay Slurs Are Not Offensive, Says Mexican Soccer Official  Vocativ2 weeks ago

Michel Platini permitted to address UEFA Congress

Michel Platini has been given permission by FIFA's ethics committee to address the UEFA Congress in Athens this week despite his four-year ban from all football-related activity. UEFA requested that Platini be allowed to speak at the Congress on ...
 RTE Online1 month ago Michel Platini to speak at UEFA congress despite four-year football ban  Breaking News.ie1 month ago Banned Platini to Speak at UEFA Congress  Around The Rings1 month ago Football | Banned by FIFA, Platini plans to be at UEFA election  Macau Daily Times1 month ago
Malay Mail

Platini to attend key UEFA meeting despite ban

Platini lost his CAS appeal against his Fifa ban earlier this year, but the court cut his suspension to four years. — File pic PARIS, Sept 8 — Disgraced former Uefa president Michel Platini will attend the Uefa Congress in Athens next week at ...
 Malay Mail1 month ago FIFA green light for Platini to attend key UEFA meeting  Africa News Network71 month ago FIFA gives green light for Platini to attend key UEFA meeting  Manila Times1 month ago Football: FIFA green light for Platini to attend key UEFA meeting  Times of India1 month ago

FIFA ethics committee places German official under probe

Helmut Sandrock resigned as general secretary of the German federation in February. His former boss, federation president Wolfgang Niersbach, was banned from soccer for one year in July in the first sanction from the investigation into Germany's ...
 Mail.com1 month ago Fifa places German official under probe  Gulf News1 month ago

Former FIFA Executive Committee Member Banned

Makudi was originally suspended for 90 days by world football's governing body in October and FIFA's Ethics Committee triggered its right to extend that sanction by a further 45 days in January. FIFA, in a statement, says the ban comes into force ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago
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