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Fifa ambassador and Oceania Player of the Century Wynton Rufer expects Reynald Temarii and Amos Adamu to be sacked by football's world body. The two executive committee members were suspended from all football-related duty by Fifa this morning
Wednesday against executive committee members Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii, and at least two countries bidding to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups...Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini denied Wednesday that his club had approached Wayne Rooney
Sepp Blatter on Sunday and asked to clear his name before the ethics committee. The 43-year-old former professional player was filmed asking for $2.3 million to fund a soccer academy in Auckland, New Zealand.
The U.S. bid for soccer's 2022 World Cup features San Diego and 17 other prospective host cities, most with glistening, state-of-the-art stadiums with retractable roofs and none of them needing to be built for the tournament. The bid projects 5
Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii will appear before the governing body's ethics panel which is investigating the British Sunday Times' claims they offered to sell their votes in the secret ballot scheduled Dec...Officials from bidding nations Russia,
October 20, 2010 Former South Sydney and Parramatta coach Jason Taylor is picking up the clipboard again but, fear not, he is not giving The Chalkboard the flick...The good news is it will not affect his standing as one of the game's top analysts.
Proceedings have already been opened against two executive committee members as part of a probe into votes allegedly being sold to stage the 2018 World Cup. And investigations are also ongoing in relation to other Fifa officials who may have been
p>Blatter has promised an "in-depth investigation" into allegations in Britain's Sunday Times newspaper that Adamu and Temarii offered to sell their votes. Temarii told The AP on Sunday that he made a mistake talking to
Australia was a member of Oceania until joining the Asian confederation in 2006, and still finances grassroots football programs in many countries across the South Pacific. As much as any vote can be in the bag, his is regarded as the first Australia
Fifa, football's world governing body, has launched an investigation into British newspaper allegations that two members of its executive committee offered to sell their votes in support a country bidding to host the