A number of people could face disciplinary action after FIFA's ethics investigator Michael Garcia delivered a 350-page report following his year-long investigation into the bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. The report reaches conclusions ... Vanguard, 1 month ago
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Goal.com BY ; ; ; NIK AFIQ ; ; ; ; Follow on Twitter Datuk Hamidin Mohd Amin, the secretary-general of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM), has confirmed that every major incident that happens during the 2014 Malaysia Cup tournament ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago Malaysia Cup Cases To Be Dealth Under New Disciplinary Code MyNewsHub, 1 month ago FAM: New disciplinary code for Malaysia Cup cases Malay Mail, 1 month ago
The FIGC's executive committee voted to change the disciplinary code and exclude so-called "territorial discrimination" from the list of offences that are punishable with partial or full stadium closures for a first offence. Instead, it has been ...Northern Territory Government, 2 months ago Soccer-Italy relaxes punishment for "territorial" discrimination Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 2 months ago
associated press GENEVA, 20 SEPT: Uefa president Michel Platini denounced Fifa's handling of a luxury gifts controversy yesterday and world football's governing body then disclosed it had spent at least $140,000 on watches for officials at the ...The Statesman, 1 month ago Michel Platini criticizes FIFA over luxury watch probe Metro Canada, 1 month ago Platini raps Fifa over luxury watch probe Gulf News, 1 month ago Platini criticizes FIFA over luxury watch probe as world body says it too gave out timepieces (The Canadian Press) Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
The heads of all 32 qualifying countries and FIFA's executive committee were given the Swiss watches worth €20,939 at this year's World Cup. FIFA's ethics committee said that accepting such valuable gifts contravenes their rules. The committee ...Irish Times, 1 month ago FIFA says expensive gifts must be returned Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago FIFA orders officials to return expensive watches MSN Canada, 1 month ago FIFA orders officials to return watches Today Online, 1 month ago
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Watches worth more than 16,000 pounds (26,800 U.S. dollars) each were handed out to a representative from all 32 countries at the World Cup, according to FIFA's ethics investigators. - FA chairman Greg Dyke to return 'gift' watch A Parmigiani ...ESPN.com, 1 month ago FIFA demands officials return valuable World Cup gifts Breaking News.ie, 1 month ago World Cup dished out £16,000 watches to representatives, investigation claims Scottish Daily Express, 1 month ago Officials urged to return watches Football.co.uk, 1 month ago
LA LIGA Suarez had post-bite blues Uruguay striker Luis Suarez on Tuesday said he was very depressed after the FIFA World Cup biting incident that saw him banned from all soccer activities for four months. Following an appeal hearing last week, ...Taipei Times Online, 2 months ago Once bitten … misconduct in sport and the Suarez biting incident Lexology, 2 months ago Uruguay's Luis Suarez, was banned nine matches and four months from all soccer-related activity for biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini. SI.com, 3 weeks ago Suarez still banned but can train Azartac, 2 months ago
Fifa is expected to make a "significant" announcement on third party ownership (TPO) on Friday, with a ban on investment companies taking a stake in the economic rights of players believed to be under consideration. Already banned under ...Capital Radio Malawi, 3 weeks ago
FIFA can today confirm the worldwide extension of sanctions imposed on 13 players by the Estonian Football Association and two players by the Slovak F...
FIFA can today confirm the worldwide extension of sanctions imposed on 13 players by the Estonian Football Association and two players by the Slovak Football Association relating to match manipulation. The Estonian FA has been cooperating with ...FIFA.com, 3 weeks ago Worldwide sanctions imposed on players from Estonia, Slovakia The Sports Campus, 3 weeks ago
Fifa has disclosed it spent at least US$140,000 (NZ$172,000) on watches for officials at the football World Cup in Brazil this year. The news came after Uefa president Michel Platini denounced football's governing body's handling of the luxury ...Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago Michel Platini angry as Fifa owns up on watches Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago
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