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Kuwait Football Clubs lobby for FIFA reinstatement ahead of key Congress vote

A delegation from Kuwait Football Clubs have been lobbying FIFA's Member Associations in an attempt to get their country's Football Association reinstated from a...

From Career Ending Injury to College Graduate: the Marcus Lattimore Story

Washington Post columnist Kevin B. Blackistone provides a perspective of what Marcus Lattimore went through in dealing with his career ending football injuries to...

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) revealed that 1,693 Anti-Doping Rule Violations were recorded in 2014

Publishing its second annual Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) Report, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) revealed that 1,693 Anti-Doping Rule Violations were recordedin 2014, involving individuals...

Qatar as the “cancer of world football”

Theo Zwanziger may continue to call Qatar as the “cancer of world football”. The former president of the DFB German football federation at least gained...

NFL Concussion settlement

Calling the $1 billion agreement imperfect but fair, a federal appeals court upheld the National Football League's billion concussion settlement with retired players. A small group...

A Clash Over Basketball League in Europe Could Mean Olympics Problems in Rio

If there is one thing that most annoys owners of teams in major, well established sports leagues or organizations it is financial competition. A...

Brazilian President Rousseff set to miss Rio 2016 after Lower House supports impeachment

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff moved one step closer to being removed from office after a motion for her impeachment gained the necessary two-thirds majority...

Russian athletes have temporary suspensions lifted following meldonium ruling

Eight Russian athletes who failed drugs tests for meldonium have reportedly had their temporary suspensions lifted following the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) clarification of...

Italian prosecutor calls for investigation into 24 leading tennis players linked to match-fixing

Italian prosecutor Roberto Di Martino has called for more top tennis players to be investigated for possible involvement in match fixing rings, claiming he...

Swiss police raid UEFA in connection with contract uncovered in Panama Papers

UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon have been raided by the Swiss Federal Police in connection with a television rights contract for the Champions League, uncovered...

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