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Mozambican Government laments suspension of FIFA funding to Football Federation [NEW]
Club of Mozambique

Mozambican Government laments suspension of FIFA funding to Fo...

( 2015-11-25 ) The Minister of Youth and Sports of Mozambique, Alberto Nkutumula, described the suspension by FIFA of funding to the Mozambican Federation of Football as serious, and said the decision "discredits the country". FIFA has suspended ... Club of Mozambique, 3 hours ago
Inter-private university football set to kick off Financial Express Bangladesh, 2 days ago

Bosnich to FFA: listen to the fans

Former Socceroo Mark Bosnich has begged Football Federation Australia to introduce an appeals process for banned spectators, or consider letting the A-League clubs run the competition themselves. Bosnich said fans who have committed anti-social ...
 Melbourne Age8 hours ago Bozza's plea to FFA over fan bans hours ago Bosnich support for banned fans  Yahoo!Xtra7 hours ago

FSF Cymru: FAW meeting and France 2016

The Football Supporters Federation (via noodls) / FSF Cymru: FAW meeting and
 Noodls2 days ago NZF Statement: Wellington Phoenix  Noodls2 hours ago Asians in Football Awards  TheFA.com2 days ago FSF's Anwar Uddin wins Asian Football Award  Noodls5 days ago

FCT backs Onyedinma for second term

BY JUDE OPARA, Abuja THE Board of the Federal Capital Territory Football Association (FCTFA) says it is throwing its support for the ambition of the Chairperson of the Nigeria Women Football League Chief (Mrs.) Dilichukwu Onyedinma to retain her ...
 Vanguard2 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Gallop: FFA will ban who we want

Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop says the leaked list of 198 people banned from attending A-League matches is "proof" the sport is not in denial over spectator violence. But Gallop made no apologies over FFA's heavy-handed ...
 Melbourne Age14 hours ago Gallop's response: We are not in denial hours ago Wanderers offer to challenge bans for fans  Sydney Morning Herald7 hours ago Western Sydney Wanderers offer to challenge FFA bans on behalf of members  Sydney Morning Herald10 hours ago
The New Daily

FFA condemns death threats directed at journalist as A-League fans plan protest

Related Story: Victory, Wanderers fans to walk out of A-League games in FFA protest Football Federation Australia has called for an end to "physical threats and death threats" directed at journalist Rebecca Wilson ahead of a planned ...
 ABC Online5 hours ago FFA demands an end to journo death threats  The New Daily5 hours ago
Reuters India

Coe under fire for support of Eugene world championships

Newly elected President of International Association of Athletics Federations Sebastian Coe listens to a question at a news conference in Beijing, August 19, 2015. Reuters/Jason Lee LONDON The head of world athletics Sebastian Coe faced ...
 Reuters India15 hours ago Stench of world athletics championships award to Eugene catching up with Seb Coe  Malay Mail2 hours ago World Athletics boss under yet more scrutiny  Radio New Zealand15 hours ago

Gallop hits back at Wilson's cl … Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief executive David Gallop has questioned the logic behind the Daily Telegraph's criticism of the A-League. In a statement released by FFA, Gallop played down the leaked list of 198 individuals ...
 Yahoo! India14 hours ago Gallop hits back at Wilson's claims  Yahoo! Maktoob News14 hours ago

Stiffer penalties feared for boos at China clash

The International Federation of Association Football has opened an investigation into Hong Kong fans who booed the national anthem at the home World Cup qualifying match against China. The Hong Kong Football Association received an official letter ...
 Hong Kong Standard20 hours ago

Australian football fans to stage protest over "naming and shaming" of evicted supporters

Australian football fans will stage a walk-out during A-League matches this weekend in response to what they see as unfair treatment from the Football Federation of Australia (FFA). Supporters of Melbourne Victory and the Western Sydney Wanderers ... hours ago XINHUA - Australian football fans to stage protest over "naming and shaming" of evicted supporters  Namibia Press Agency4 hours ago
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