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FIFA Urged by Council of Europe to Rerun 2022 Qatar World Cup ...

The voting process for the 2022 FIFA World Cup-scheduled to be held in Qatar-has been branded as "radically flawed" amid suggestions of bribery and corruption by the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe, prompting claims that balloting ... Austin American Statesman, 12 minutes ago

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Dutch FA president Michael Van Praag to challenge Sepp Blatter for Fifa presidency

CANDIDATE: Michael Van Praag shakes the hand of Holland player John Heitinga after the 2010 World Cup final. Dutchman Michael van Praag became the fourth man to challenge Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency when he joined the race on ...
 Dominion Post21 hours ago Dutch FA boss Michael van Praag to stand against Blatter for FIFA presidency  24Dunia8 hours ago Dutch chief to challenge Blatter for FIFA presidency hours ago Dutch soccer chief Michael van Praag to challenge FIFA president Sepp Blatter  Sydney Morning Herald22 hours ago

Korean soccer overcomes World Cup failure through Asian Cup success

Korea's advance to the final at the Asian Cup for the first time in 27 years has given Korean soccer a chance for a twist and stride. Korea remains the only team that has had no loss in this year's event. This feat has been achieved, despite exit ...
 Donga.com20 hours ago Steven Holloway: Asian Cup success bodes well for U-20 event  New Zealand Herald22 hours ago Sleeping giant India yet to wake up to Asian Cup  Oman Tribune13 hours ago No takers for Asian Cup in India  Gulf Times1 day ago

China PR have opened camp in preparation for this summer's FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015, which kicks off on 6 June against tournament hosts Can...

 FIFA.com21 hours ago China PR open camp on road to Canada 2015  FIFA.com23 hours ago FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015 (Jan. 25)  Examiner.com2 days ago Getting geared up in Ottawa for FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015  Examiner.com2 days ago
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End of year Football World Cup likely

The 2022 World Cup looks increasingly likely to be played in November and December. Asian Football Confederation president Sheik Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa says they want to avoid the region's blazing summer heat. Al Khalifa heads the FIFA ...
 Farming4 hours ago AFC boss says 2022 FIFA World Cup in Winter  Xinhua News Agency2 days ago 2022 World Cup in winter, says AFC boss  Qatar Peninsula2 days ago AFC boss: 2022 FIFA World Cup in Winter  China Economic Net1 day ago
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Council of Europe calls for revote on 'flawed' 2022 World Cup bid

STRASBOURG (France): A report by the Council of Europe, adopted on Tuesday, has called on FIFA to revote on the "radically flawed" decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar. Damaging revelations concerning the bidding process mean that "FIFA ...
 Times of India5 hours ago AFP - Fbl-WC2022-QAT-FIFA-sports-council  Namibia Press Agency5 hours ago

FIFA World Cup Winners Germany, Real Madrid among favourites for Laureus World Team of Year Award

An exciting year of sport has set up a fascinating contest for the 2015 Laureus World Team of the Year Award, including a classic football battle the triumphant Germany FIFA World Cup Team v Real Madrid, winner of a record tenth European ...
 Around The Rings1 week ago Le Clos vs Ronaldo and the world's best for Laureus Award  News249 hours ago Ballon d'Or nominees Messi, Neuer, Ronaldo in 2014 FIFPro World XI squad  Rediff.com1 week ago Why Ronaldo won the Ballon D'Or again!  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

AFC boss believes 2022 Qatar World Cup likely to be held in winter

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is expected to be staged in November and December in order to evade the region's scorching summer heat, believes Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa. The AFC boss, who heads ...
 Albawaba1 day ago '2022 Qatar WC likely to be held in winter to avoid scorching summer'  Rediff.com1 day ago Qatar's $12bn project may not be ready for World Cup  Trade Arabia6 days ago Qatar delays Sharq crossing project until after 2022 World Cup  Arabian Business1 week ago

Robbie Rogers: Holding World Cups in Russia and Qatar Is 'Insane'

Openly gay footballer Robbie Rogers has sounded off on the absurdity of giving the next two World Cup events — scheduled for 2018 and 2022 — to Russia and Qatar. "I would never pressure anyone into speaking about the issue but it is ...
 Gay.com1 day ago US gay footballer blasts FIFA for World Cups in Russia and Qatar  Pravda6 days ago Robbie Rogers: Decision to host the World Cup in Russia and Qatar is insane  Noodls5 days ago Robbie Rogers: Qatar, Russia World Cups Are Insane  Gay.com6 days ago
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FIFA has become a "toxic brand"

Three of world governing body FIFA's major sponsors have ended their relationships with the organisation, British newspaper the Daily Telegraph reported on Friday. The paper said that oil manufacturers Castrol, tyre company Continental and ...
 Nine MSN3 days ago FIFA confirms loss of major sponsors  Nine MSN3 days ago Sponsors end FIFA deals  Sky Sports4 days ago New sponsorship blow for FIFA  Sky Sports4 days ago
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