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Russia 2018 will be best ever - Blatter
Nothing will stop Russia from hosting the best World Cup in the tournament's history in 2018, Fifa president Sepp Blatter said on a visit to one of the host venues Sochi on Monday. Read full article
Players 'free to leave over salary cap'
Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe has told his players they are free to depart if they wish following the salary-cap scandal that has ended the Western Australians' bid for a first A-League title. Read full article
'CONCACAF congress undemocratic'
Fifa presidential hopeful Luis Figo has hit out at what he called a lack of democracy at CONCACAF's congress on Thursday after incumbent Sepp Blatter was the only candidate given a chance to speak. Read full article
Webb re-elected as CONCACAF president
CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb was re-elected unopposed on Thursday for a second term as head of the governing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean. Read full article
‘CONCACAF should be given extra slot’
Fifa president Sepp Blatter told CONCACAF's congress on Thursday that their region should be given an extra automatic qualification spot at the World Cup. Read full article
Greece on collision course with Fifa, Uefa
The leftist Greek government appears on a collision course with world and European football's governing bodies Fifa and Uefa over plans announced on Thursday to tackle violence in domestic sport. Read full article
Perth Glory CEO quits over salary cap scandal
The chief executive of the Australian soccer club, Perth Glory, quit his job on Thursday and apologised for his role in the salary cap scandal that has engulfed the team. Read full article
Future hosts Qatar get tough WCup draw
Qatar received a difficult draw for the 2018 World Cup on Tuesday as they embark on their final attempt to qualify for the tournament before hosting it in 2022. Read full article
NZ, Aus eye World Cup joint host bid
A potential bid from New Zealand to co-host the Fifa World Cup in 2026 or 2030 could prove "a pipe dream" but the ambitious country are pressing on with the bold plans, Martin Snedden told Reuters Read full article
Constantine back to wake up India
Stephen Constantine has first hand knowledge of how difficult it is to wake up India from its soccer slumber but the Englishman insists he can make a difference at his second attempt. Read full article
San Jose coach threatens to quit key tie
San Jose look set to visit River Plate in their Libertadores Cup Group Six match on Wednesday without coach Nestor Clausen, who has threatened to quit, citing poor working conditions at the Bolivian club. Read full article
Perth Glory banned over cap breaches
Perth Glory have been banned from the A-League finals and fined Aus$269 000 (US$207 000) after being found guilty of salary cap breaches over three seasons. Read full article
Pele's Copa challenge to Messi, Neymar
Pele is looking forward to a star-studded Copa America tournament this summer – but has challenged Barcelona stars Lionel Messi and Neymar to reproduce their best club form at international level. Read full article
Injury time to be replayed after ref error
The England Under-19 women's team face an extraordinary finish to the end of their European Championship qualifying campaign, with a replay of the closing seconds of their match against Norway on Thursday. Read full article
Belgium go third on Fifa rankings
Bhutan jumped 46 places from the foot of the Fifa rankings to 163rd on Thursday after recording their first ever World Cup qualifying victories. Read full article
Keane pleads not guilty to 'road-rage' offence
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has denied committing a public order offence in an alleged road-rage incident with a taxi driver. Read full article
Macedonia sack coach Gjurovski
Macedonia have sacked coach Boshko Gjurovski after a series of poor performances and results in their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign. Read full article
Dyke returns gift watch to Fifa
After nearly 10 months of legal wrangling, English FA chairman Greg Dyke has returned a 16 000-pound ($23 814) watch to Fifa and no longer faces disciplinary action for keeping it. Read full article
Blatter wants stern racism punishment
Fifa president Sepp Blatter called for tougher punishment for teams and associations found guilty of racism and discrimination on Tuesday and said monetary sanctions were increasingly ineffective. Read full article
Prince Ali vows end to Blatter's fiefdom
Fifa presidential candidate Prince Ali bin Al Hussein accused Sepp Blatter of turning the presidency into a personal fiefdom as he unveiled his manifesto for the role on Monday. Read full article
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