• Former FIFA president no more

    Joao Havelange, Brazil's corruption-tainted former FIFA president who helped bring the Olympic Games to Rio, has died at the age of 100.

  • 'BFF will pay Koster $50k'

    Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has reportedly come to a mutual understanding with the former assistant coach of national team Rene Koster.

  • FIFA bans Niersbach over WC bid

    FIFA's ethics committee bans Wolfgang Niersbach, former president of the German Football Association (DFB), for one year over misconduct surrounding the country's successful 2006 World Cup bid.

  • FIFA to compensate Fahad

    FIFA has agreed to compensate Tk 1.8 lakh to Abahani midfielder Atiqur Rahman Fahad, who sustained an injury during Bangladesh national team's World Cup qualifying match against Jordan in March.

  • Blatter has surgery for skin cancer

    Disgraced former FIFA president Sepp Blatter underwent successful surgery after being diagnosed with skin cancer and has been released from hospital, his spokesman and a report said Sunday.

  • Diego has no magic wand

    Former World Cup winner and national coach Diego Maradona says he has no magic wand to solve Argentina's football crisis but agree to help organise talks to that end.

  • Infantino meets with Maradona

    Former Argentina captain Diego Maradona, a long-time critic of FIFA, has talks in Paris with its president Gianni Infantino, the global soccer body said on Tuesday.

  • Pele, Diego friendship

    Diego Maradona hails his old rival Pele as an "icon" as the pair reunite for a "match of friendship" on Thursday.

  • Maradona, Pele end feud

    Diego Maradona hails his old rival Pele as an "icon" as the pair are reunited for a "match of friendship" on Thursday.

  • Infantino slams 'enemies' painting him as 'greedy'

    FIFA's new chief Gianni Infantino accuses "enemies" of trying to paint him as greedy, and voices surprise at revelations that his disgraced predecessor and his deputies awarded themselves millions in dubious bonuses.

  • Fifa: Blatter, Jerome & Kattner 'awarded themselves £55m'

    Former high-ranking Fifa officials Sepp Blatter, Jerome Valcke and Markus Kattner awarded themselves pay rises and bonuses worth $80m (£55m) over five years, say Fifa lawyers.

  • Fifa: Blatter, Jerome & Kattner 'awarded themselves £55m'

    Former high-ranking Fifa officials Sepp Blatter, Jerome Valcke and Markus Kattner awarded themselves pay rises and bonuses worth $80m (£55m) over five years, say Fifa lawyers.

  • FIFA HQ raided

    Swiss investigators search the FIFA headquarters as the world football governing body reveals that former president Sepp Blatter and two of his deputies awarded themselves more than $80 million in often suspicious payments.

  • FIFA headquarters searched, documents seized

    Swiss investigators search FIFA's Zurich headquarters and seize documents, the country's prosecution authority says, while FIFA says the search targets sacked deputy general secretary Markus Kattner.

  • From acorns to oaks

    With the Champions League over, football fans will now shift their focus on the UEFA European Championship, one of the world's biggest sporting events.

  • Australia women's nat'l team lose to U-16 boys

    The Australian Women's national football team were humbled 7-0 by a group of under-16 boys representing the Newcastle Jets on Wednesday.

  • FIFA seeks 2-year ban for former DFB boss

    FIFA's ethics committee on Friday recommend a two-year ban from all football activities for Wolfgang Niersbach, former president of the German Football Association (DFB), over an alleged corruption scandal around the right to host the 2006 World Cup.

  • Ginola in hospital after collapse

    Former France winger David Ginola collapse during a celebrity golf day on the French Riviera on Thursday and was taken by helicopter to a hospital in Monaco.

  • Concerns over final pitch

    A senior UEFA executive on Wednesday raises concerns about the quality of the Champions League final pitch just 10 days ahead of Europe's biggest club match of the season.

  • Chances slim for Pirlo

    Italy veteran Andrea Pirlo is among the absentees as coach Antonio Conte names a provisional 28-man squad on Monday for a pre-Euro 2016 training camp with several stars absent with Cup finals to play.

  • Loew selects uncapped trio

    Uncapped midfielders Joshua Kimmich and Julian Brandt are included in Germany's provisional 27-man squad for next month's European championships in France.

  • Same old story

    Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) president Kazi Salahuddin promised a lot of reforms when he was elected for a third term last month, but unfortunately he is confronted with the same old problem.

  • Huge FIFA fund beckons BFF

    The Bangladesh Football Federation is set to get more financial assistance from the FIFA as the 66th Congress of the world's game governing body decided to double the current expenditure fund and provide additional development fund to its member associations.

  • FIFA lifts ban on Indonesia

    FIFA on Friday lift Indonesia's year-long ban from international competitions but confirmed the suspensions of Kuwait and Benin over government interference in the sport.

  • FIFA audit chief quits

    The head of FIFA's independent audit committee Domenico Scala quit Saturday in protest at what he called attacks on reforms of the scandal-tainted world football governing body by its leadership.

  • Fatma vows to restore image

    FIFA's new secretary general Fatma Samoura on Saturday vows "to help football restore its tarnished image" following a spate of scandals within the game's world governing body.

  • FIFA audit committee head quits in protest

    FIFA's independent audit committee head Domenico Scala, charged with leading efforts to reform the scandal-hit organisation, quits his post in protest at what he called attacks on the attempted reforms.

  • FIFA names first woman secretary general

    FIFA name a Senegalese UN diplomat as its first ever female secretary general on Friday, a historic move announced at a congress that sought to relegate world football's corruption crisis to the past.

  • Panama Papers: Swiss police search UEFA offices

    Swiss authorities raids the headquarters of European football as the fallout from the Panama Papers scandal gather pace.

  • Panama Papers: Fifa president Infantino 'dismayed'

    Fifa president Gianni Infantino has denied wrongdoing after leaked documents suggested he signed off on a contract with two businessmen who have since been accused of bribery.

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