Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Kuwait Ponders Dissolution of Sports Federations and Olympic Committee

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Kuwait’s government is reportedly planning to dissolve every one of its national sports federations, including its National Olympic Committee, after the Court of Arbitration for Sport...

FIFA establish panel to monitor working conditions at Qatar 2022 venue sites

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A panel will be created by FIFA to oversee working conditions at Qatar 2022 World Cup construction sites in a bid to allay growing...

Prince Ali to challenge Blatter for FIFA Presidency

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Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein has announced his intention to stand as a candidate for FIFA Presidency. Prince Ali, 39, elected FIFA vice-president for...

Worker Fell to Death at Qatar 2022 Stadium after Safety Concerns Raised

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Further concerns about roof safety at stadiums being built for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar have been raised following an investigation into...

Ronaldo, Martens Claim Top Prizes at Best FIFA Football Awards

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Cristiano Ronaldo and Lieke Martens have won the top prizes at Monday's Best FIFA Football Awards in London. Ronaldo and Martens were named winners of the...

United States Avoids Scare to Beat Martinique at Gold Cup

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Jordan Morris scored a 76th minute winner for the United States as they narrowly beat Martinique 3-2 at the North, Central American and Caribbean...

Armour: U.S. Women Get Favorable Draw for Next Summer’s World Cup

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By Nancy Armour | Every team, regardless of how talented or how deep, needs a few lucky breaks to win a title. Six months before the...

Senegalese UN diplomat appointed as first-ever female FIFA secretary general

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Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura of Senegal has been appointed as the first-ever female secretary general of FIFA, President Gianni Infantino announced at the body’s...

Villar Resigns from FIFA and UEFA Roles Following Arrest

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Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) boss Ángel María Villar has resigned from his vice-president roles at FIFA and UEFA after his arrest as part of an anti-corruption...

FIFA Removes Word ‘Corruption’ from Ethics Code, Installs Defamation Clause

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By Liam Morgan | FIFA has removed the word corruption from its updated Code of Ethics and inserted a defamation clause which effectively prohibits officials...
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