FIFA security director Ralf Mutschke believes the 500 plus qualifying matches so far for the 2014 World Cup have been clean of match-fixing. IBN Live, 2 months ago
FIFA's security chief Ralf Mutschke. () (WFI) FIFA director of security Ralf Mutschke claims the U-20 World Cup in Turkey kicking off on Friday will not be adversely impacted by the ongoing protests in Istanbul. The former INTERPOL director met ...Around The Rings, 10 hours ago After meeting with officials in Istanbul, FIFA Director of Security Ralf Mutschke has said he believes the ongoing protests in Turkey should not impac... FIFA.com, 11 hours ago FIFA confident that Turkey protests won't affect U-20 World Cup Turkish Daily, 5 hours ago
Fifa president Sepp Blatter continues to warm to Zifa by agreeing to come to Zimbabwe and officiate at the ground breaking ceremony of the new stadium to be built at the Zifa Village. While dates have not yet been set, Zifa president Cuthbert Dube, ...Individual.com, 1 week ago Zimbabwe: Blatter On His Way to Zimbabwe AllAfrica.com, 1 week ago
A detailed analysis of the relevant issues covered in this article is also contained in the author's book America's War on Terrorism, Global Research, 2005 Introduction One of the main objectives of war propaganda is to fabricate an enemy. The ...Global Research, 1 month ago
Football's world governing body FIFA said no match-fixing was found in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers, with more than 500 matches played so far.FIFA security director Ralf Mutschke said up to now "we don't have any leads that any match has been thrown" and ...Prokerala, 2 months ago
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