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Fifa bosses secretly doubled their salaries to $200,000 (£118,000) earlier this year, leaked documents reportedly reveal. The alleged bumper pay rise, reported by The Sunday Times, comes despite football's governing body facing some of the most
Cartoons of the controversial football boss Sepp Blatter, which the sport's world governing body tried to ban, can be published here for the first time. Ole Anderson, a former Danish footballer, enraged Fifa executives when they discovered he was
Brazil welcomes all nations for the start of the 2014 World Cup . It's still a bit of a foreign concept to some Americans, who may be a little perplexed by things like the group of death and some dude named Sepp Blatter. Or to put it in terms you
Congress ended in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Wednesday 11 June with President Blatter announcing that there will be an increment in the disbursements to the six Confederations and the member associations...President, Sepp Blatter made special mention of
Congress in Brazil's business capital, Blatter has moved to seize the initiative after a slew of allegations over corruption threatened to overshadow the biggest sporting show on Earth. In doing so, he also consolidates his position ahead of his
The mesmerising wizardry of Lionel Messi and the muscular grace of Cristiano Ronaldo are joys to behold. But for deep-dyed internationalists like this newspaper, the game's true beauty lies in its long reach, from east to west and north to south.
I will do my best to prevent the World Cup being moved to winter, Scudamore was quoted as saying on Monday. And I will do my best to have the World Cup moved away from Qatar. A fan on popular Arab social networking site qatarshare said moving the
When Brazil is conditioned to hate the World Cup and its people traduce Pele as a traitor, football has lost its relevance and its reason...Empty rhetoric, regurgitated by grandees such as Sepp Blatter, has been rejected by those who want schools and
Fifa has refuted allegations by former vice-president Jack Warner that implied a decision to sell him World Cup television rights was a reward for supporting Sepp Blatter's presidential campaigns. Fifa said that Warner's statement last week included '
Get summaries of the top business news from a global perspective Sample If only Johann Hari had been on hand during the interview to present Mr Blatter's views in a more favourable light. Had this been so we might be hearing instead how Mr Blatter (