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FIFA ethics committee clears president of breaking regulations

FIFA’s ethics committee has cleared president Gianni Infantino of breaching the governing body’s regulations after a preliminary investigation. Infantino is the subject of a criminal...

FIFA referees’ chief Pierluigi Collina calls for more use of pitchside monitor

Referees’ chief Pierluigi Collina has underlined the importance of using pitchside monitors and warned video assistant referees must not to show the “wrong kind...

New criminal probe targets ex-Fifa president Blatter

Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter is the target of a new investigation in Switzerland for suspected criminal mismanagement of a million-dollar payment from football...

Top athletes gave millions in payoffs to administrators, corruption trial hears

A Paris court has heard allegations that leading athletes hushed up suspected doping by giving millions of dollars in illicit payoffs to corrupt administrators. It...

FIFA president keen to impose stricter financial regulations

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called for the prospect of salary and transfer fee caps to be discussed at all levels of the game. The...

Protests like Jadon Sancho’s ‘deserve applause not punishment’ – FIFA president

FIFA president Gianni Infantino believes the Bundesliga players who protested about the death of George Floyd on the pitch last weekend “deserve an applause...

FIFA sees a different game until Covid-19 vaccine is developed

FIFA has warned that football will be “very different” until a Covid-19 vaccine is found. The governing body has released a risk assessment tool to...

FIFA announces charity match for fight against Covid-19

A charity match is being organised by football’s world governing body FIFA to raise funds in the fight against Covid-19. The FIFA Foundation is putting...

FIFA insist planned €922m investment in women’s football will not be cut

FIFA has confirmed that investment worth $1bn (€922m) in women’s football will go ahead despite the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Football at all...

FIFA plans financial help as Celtic announce salary cuts

FIFA is to look at ways to help mitigate the impact of the coronavirus shutdown on football as Celtic announced a “significant reduction in...

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