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Blatter Appeals Against 90 Days Suspension

Embattled FIFA president, Joseph Blatter, who was suspended for 90 days by the Ethics Committee of world football body, FIFA, on Friday appealed against his suspension, Richard Cullen, his American lawyer has said. Blatter’s appeal, according to Cullen, was filed Thursday to the FIFA appeal committee, after Blatter’s adviser, Klaus …

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BREAKING: Issa Hayatou named FIFA Acting President

The President of the Confederation of African Football, Issa Hayatou has been named to take charge of FIFA after former President, Sepp Blatter was suspended and “stripped of all duties.” Hayatou on Thursday took temporary charge of FIFA after Sepp Blatter was “relieved of his duties” because of his 90-day …

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NFF: Sanusi Debunks Allegation Of Seized Consignment

Mohammed Sanusi, General Secretary, Nigeria Football Federation has debunked an allegation that the Nigerian Customs Services seize the federation’s consignment at the Apapa Ports. Sanusi said in a report on Thursday that the consignment, which arrived at the Lagos port on September 4, was in the process of being cleared …

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FIFA Suspends Blatter and Platini

World football governing body, FIFA has suspended Sepp Blatter and head of UEFA, Michel Platinin for 90days over criminal investigation. This was made known in a statement released by the adjudicatory chamber of Ethics Committee. “The adjudicatory chamber of the Ethics Committee chaired by Hans Joachim Eckert has provisionally banned …

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Vincent Enyeama Quits Super Eagles

Vincent Enyeama has annouced his retiremnt from super eagles.  His retirement from eagles may not be unconnected to the clash he had  with coach sunday Oliseh in Belgium while preparing for the internal friendly with Congo and Cameroon. “Enyeama took to his instagram papge today: “I have fought a good fight …

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FIFA Scandals: Jack Warner Banned For Life

 FIFA’s ethics committee on Tuesday banned former vice-president Jack Warner from football-related activities for life. Warner, who left FIFA in 2011 after being implicated in a bribery scandal, was investigated by the investigatory chamber of the ethics committee following its report on the inquiry into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup …

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2020 Olympic: Japan Proposes 5 Additional Sports

The Tokyo Olympic Organising Committee has recommended the inclusion of five additional sports to the 2020 Olympic games. The games are baseball-softball, karate, surfing, sport climbing and skateboarding. The committee disclosed the development on Monday, stating that the five games, if accepted by the International Olympic Committee, would add 18 …

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FIFA Corruption Scandal: Criminal Proceedings Opened Against  Sepp Blatter

The Swiss Attorney General has opened criminal proceedings against FIFA president Sepp Blatter, who was questioned on Friday on suspicion of criminal mismanagement as well as on suspicion of misappropriation of FIFA money.   Swiss authorities said that UEFA President Michel Platini was also being questioned as a witness over …

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Oliseh Invites Iwobi For Congo And Cameroon Friendly.

Super Eagles’ Head Coach, Sunday Oliseh, has added Arsenal FC starlet Alex Iwobi to the list of invited players for next month’s friendly internationals against Democratic Republic of Congo and Cameroon in Belgium. Iwobi, who trained with the Nigeria U-23 squad ahead of an All-Africa Games qualifying return leg match …

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Messi, Neymar Score As Barca Beat Levante

Lionel Messi scored twice as Barcelona ran out comfortable 4-1 winners against Levante in Sunday’s La Liga fixture. A calm Marc Bartra finish on 50 minutes gave Barca a lead they never looked like losing. Neymar, who had not enjoyed an easy first half, then added a second, squeezing a …

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