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Football | International

Fifa set to adopt three-minute concussion breaks
World football's governing body Fifa on Tuesday announced plans to allow referees to halt matches for three minutes so that players suspected of sustaining a concussion can be assessed. Read full article
Fernando Santos appointed Portugal manager
Fernando Santos, who led Greece to the last 16 of the World Cup in Brazil, has been appointedPortugal's new head coach, the FPF announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Club refund fans after defeat
Struggling Mexican second tier club Irapuato are to refund fans their money after losing again at the weekend. Read full article
Ronaldinho inspires Queretaro win
Ronaldinho scored his first goal for new club Queretaro when he converted a penalty early in the game to set them on their way to a 4-1 win at ten man Guadalajara in the Mexican Apertura championship. Read full article
'Qatar will not host World Cup'
The 2022 World Cup will not be held in Qatar because of the scorching temperatures in the Middle East country, Fifa Executive Committee member Theo Zwanziger said on Monday. Read full article
CAF back Blatter to continue as Fifa boss
African football body CAF said on Saturday that they will back incumbent Sepp Blatter in the 2015 Fifa presidential election. Read full article
Fifa best in world for ethics - Blatter
Soccer's governing body Fifa has an exemplary ethics set-up unmatched by any other sports organisation, its president Sepp Blatter said on Friday. Read full article
Fifa looks at smaller WCup stadiums
Fifa is considering allowing smaller stadiums for World Cups from 2026, a senior official of football's world governing body said on Thursday. Read full article
Fifa officials told to return 'Brazil gifts'
Fifa executive committee members are among more than 50 football officials who have been told to return watches, estimated to have a market value of around $25 000 each Read full article
Germany remain top in Fifa rankings
World champions Germany are still No 1 in the Fifa rankings despite losing to second-place Argentina in a friendly rematch of their final this month. Read full article
Ex-Chelsea boss joins Thai club
Former Chelsea manager Avram Grant has been appointed technical director at Thai Premier League club BEC Tero Sasana, who also agreed a five-year partnership deal with Brazilian side Cruzeiro. Read full article
Wilkins targeting Cup with Jordan
Winning the 2015 Asian Cup should be the target for Jordan an ambitious head coach Ray Wilkins said after he signed his contract on Wednesday to take charge of the West Asians. Read full article
Ronaldinho misses penalty in Mexico debut
Brazilian legend Ronaldinho had a nightmarish debut with his new Mexican club Queretaro on Wednesday, missing a penalty in a 1-0 home loss to Tigres. Read full article
Al Hilal to put one foot in ACL final
Al Hilal coach Laurentiu Reghecampf has warned his players not to get ahead of themselves after they put one foot in the Asian Champions League final with a 3-0 victory over Al Ain in Riyadh on Tuesday. Read full article
Seattle wins US Open Cup
Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins led the Seattle Sounders to their fourth US Open Cup title on Tuesday, scoring in extra time in a 3-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union. Read full article
Queiroz signs new Iran contract
The long running saga over Carlos Queiroz's future with Iran finally ended on Tuesday with the former Real Madrid and Portugal manager agreeing a four-year extension to stick with the Asian side. Read full article
Fifa finance member suspended
Fifa has temporarily suspended a member of its financial watchdog after he was arrested on suspicion of corruption and money-laundering in his native Cayman Islands, soccer's governing body said on Tuesday. Read full article
Champagne to challenge Blatter
Former Fifa official Jerome Champagne formally announced on Monday that he will stand against incumbent Sepp Blatter in next year's election for president of the world football body. Read full article
Ronaldinho called 'monkey' by ex official
A former public official in the Mexican city where Ronaldinho has signed to play has called the Brazilian star "a monkey." Read full article
Anelka joins Mumbai in ISL
Nicolas Anelka has become the latest high-profile name to sign up for the inaugural Indian Super League (ISL) after the Mumbai franchise announced the signing of the former French striker on Monday. Read full article
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