PARIS: French Football Federation president Noel Le Graet hopes Franck Ribery will reconsider his decision to retire from internationals. The 31-year-old Ribery has said he wants to spend more time with his family and make room for younger players. In a ... IndiaTV News, 2 months ago
French FA chief urges Ribery to reconsider retirement - Times of India, 2 months ago
Police have detained three individuals believed to be the prime movers in recruiting, financing and deploying Malaysian citizens to join the Islamic State militants. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar (pic) said they were among the ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 week ago
News Date: 11th September 2014 View Comments: ( 0 ) Fabien Barthez had offered to invest his own money in a bid to see Luzanac re-join the National division. Fabien Barthez has confirmed his dream of seeing Luzenac play in Ligue 2 has died. ...Business Ghana, 1 month ago
The tiny French village football team of Luzenac, denied permission to play in the second division, have disbanded their first team with the second team set to continue in the amateur seventh division, according to player Nicolas Dieuze. Speaking ...Yahoo Philippines News, 1 month ago
After missing the 2014 World Cup with a back injury, 31-year-old French superstar Franck Ribery announced his retirement from international soccer, saying that he would prefer to focus playing for Bayern Munich and have more time to spend with his ...USA Today, 1 month ago
Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says there is no chance that Franck Ribery will incur a ban because he won't be recalled by France. The 31-year-old winger announced his retirement from international football in July, having missed out ...Yahoo! News, 1 month ago Ribery could be punished, says Platini Nigeria Punch, 1 month ago Franck Ribery could be forced to make France return, claims FFF president Business Ghana, 1 month ago Franck Ribery may return - FFF chief Business Ghana, 2 months ago
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