KUALA LUMPUR: Fifa has warned the Qatar Football Association to steer clear of Mohamed Bin Hammam after Kuwait objected to the banned former AFC chief's possible interference in the Asian Football Confederation's presidential elections today. Kuwait ... Gulf Daily News, 2 weeks ago
Kuwait objects to Bin Hammam interference - Arab Times, 2 weeks ago
Soccer-Qatar FA warned over Bin Hammam interference in AFC poll - Reuters via Yahoo!, 2 weeks ago
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By Patrick Johnston KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Asian soccer finally got rid of tainted former leader Mohamed Bin Hammam on Thursday, voting in the Qatari's sworn enemy Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa of Bahrain as president in a move that ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 week ago Bin Hammam era ends, Blatter and AFC move on Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 week ago Bin Hammam era ends; Blatter, AFC move on Stuff.co.nz, 2 weeks ago Football - ANALYSIS-Bin Hammam era ends, Blatter and AFC move on Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport, 2 weeks ago
The Emirati candidate denies the disgraced Qatari has been campaigning for him as friction grows ahead ofAbu Dhabi National, 2 weeks ago
Newly elected Asian Football Confederation Chief Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa has urged for unity among Asian football family while promising complete reform for the regional football governing body. Sheikh Salman became the biggest winner ...Individual.com, 2 weeks ago New Asian boss claims govt smear campaign Financial Express Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago SOCCER CHIEF VOWS REFORMS Gulf Daily News, 2 weeks ago Ethics committee top priority: AFC chief Times of Oman, 2 weeks ago
Rarely is there a dull moment in Asian football, not least when the confederation's presidency is up for grabs. For the first time in 11 years, the once-powerful figure of Mohammed bin Hammam will not be in the running at Thursday's vote as he is ...Town & Country Magazine, 2 weeks ago Fears bin Hammam will pull strings despite ban Central Western Daily, 2 weeks ago
KUALA LUMPUR Two years after vote-buying accusations prompted the eventual downfall of former president Mohamed bin Hammam, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is at risk of new controversy as delegates gather to choose his successor. All three ...New Sabah Times, 2 weeks ago Vote-buying claims overshadow Asian... XinMsn, 2 weeks ago AFC to pick leader today amid abuse, vote-buying claims Taipei Times Online, 2 weeks ago
Dubai: In the wake of former Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Mohammad Bin Hammam's corruption-plagued downfall, Thursday's elections offer the continent's troubled governing body the chance to move on. Bin Hammam's life ban from ...Dubib.com, 2 weeks ago
Read a version of this story in Arabic. (CNN) -- Moving the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar to the winter would "definitely make sense," the FIFA vice president with responsibility for the region, has told CNN. Jordanian Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein has ...CNN, 2 weeks ago Qatar confirms summer 2022 Cup Saudi Gazette, 1 month ago Qatar 2022 World Cup official confirms summer event Malta Independent Daily, 1 month ago Qatar 2022 WCup Official Confirms Summer Event Naharnet, 1 month ago
Two human rights groups Friday urged FIFA president Sepp Blatter to block Bahrain's Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa from becoming Asia's new football boss over alleged abuses in his home country. In a joint letter, the Bahrain Youth Society for ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 2 weeks ago Blatter ally lands AFC post MSN UK, 2 weeks ago Rights groups try to block AFC candidate MSN New Zealand, 3 weeks ago Asian Football - Blatter ally lands AFC post Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport, 2 weeks ago
By Patrick Johnston SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Having successfully navigated Qatar's unlikely bid to land the right to host the World Cup, ambitious if somewhat anonymous lawyer Hassan Al Thawadi now wants a seat on FIFA's powerful executive committee.Reuters India, 1 month ago Football - Little known Qatari eyes seat at FIFA top table Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport, 1 month ago
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