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Friday, Dec 09, 2016
FIFA imposes life bans in South African match-fixing case
FIFA's ethics judge has imposed life bans on a former coach of Togo's national team and a Zimbabwean official in a long-running case of fixed friendlies played ahead of the 2010 World Cup
Published on 12/08/16
Kashima beats Auckland City 2-1 in opener of Club World Cup
Japanese champions Kashima Antlers beat Auckland City of New Zealand 2-1 in the opening game of the Club World Cup on Thursday
Published on 12/08/16
AP Interview: MLS commissioner has eyes on young star power
AP Interview: MLS Commissioner Don Garber says league is transitioning to young star power
Published on 12/08/16
Bach: Olympic bid process needs to change; 'too many losers'
Signaling a potential radical change in the way Olympic host cities are chosen, IOC President Thomas Bach wants to revise the bidding process because it "produces too many losers."
Published on 12/08/16
48-team World Cup proposal gets thumbs up at FIFA meeting
FIFA president Gianni Infantino said a proposal to expand the World Cup finals to 48 teams, with 16 groups of three teams, received enthusiastic backing at a meeting of national confederations on Thursday
Published on 12/08/16
Bach: Olympic bid process needs to change; 'too many losers'
Signaling a potential radical change in the way Olympic host cities are chosen, IOC President Thomas Bach wants to revise the bidding process because it "produces too many losers."
Published on 12/08/16
FIFA to use video replays to help referees at Club World Cup
FIFA says referees will be using video replays at this month's Club World Cup in Japan to help them make "match-changing" decisions in its first ever use of TV feeds during a game
Published on 12/07/16
FIFA president suggests 16 groups in 48-team World Cup
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has suggested having 16 three-team groups if the World Cup expands to 48 countries
Published on 12/07/16
Brazil anti-trust body says bids rigged for 2014 World Cup
Brazil's anti-trust body says several construction companies rigged bids for 2014 World Cup stadiums, driving up costs by overcharging for the work
Published on 12/06/16
Brazil anti-trust body says bids rigged for 2014 World Cup
Brazil's anti-trust body says several construction companies rigged bids for 2014 World Cup stadiums, driving up costs by overcharging for the work
Published on 12/06/16
Sepp Blatter loses appeal at CAS against 6-year FIFA ban
Sepp Blatter says he has lost his appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport against a six-year ban by FIFA
Published on 12/05/16
FIFA parts with head of security, match-fixing cases
The FIFA official in charge of World Cup security and fighting match-fixing in soccer has left the governing body
Published on 12/05/16
Sepp Blatter loses appeal at CAS against 6-year FIFA ban
Sepp Blatter says he has lost his appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport against a six-year ban by FIFA
Published on 12/05/16
Red-hot Madrid celebrates 'win' over Barcelona at Camp Nou
Things couldn't be going much better for Real Madrid
Published on 12/04/16
AFA hired firm to fly Argentine team without knowing plane
Argentina's soccer federation hired a company that charters flights to transport superstar Lionel Messi and the rest of the national team for a World Cup qualifying game without knowing the name of the airline or the model ...
Published on 12/03/16