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  • Shaqiri's cheeky dig at Puma

    Switzerland's Stoke City winger Xherdan Shaqiri said he hoped the country's shirt manufacturer Puma "doesn't make condoms" after several Swiss players ended their Euro 2016 match with France with shredded jerseys.

  • Messi tax fraud trial opens in Spain

    The trial of Argentina and Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi on tax fraud charges is due to start in Spain.

  • Chelsea end Adidas kit deal

    Chelsea end their sponsorship deal with Adidas six years early in order to enter a new contract with a rival kit manufacturer, the German sportswear giant announced on Wednesday.

  • ‘Forced labour’ at Qatar World Cup site

    Rights group Amnesty International has accused Qatar of using forced labour at a flagship World Cup 2022 stadium.

  • Fifa admits scandal deters new sponsors

    Fifa admits that the corruption scandal is putting off new World Cup sponsors and plans to hold a summit with existing backers in August.

  • Manchester United

    Man Utd ‘most valuable club brand’

    Manchester United is the world's most valuable football brand, replacing Bayern Munich, according to a report from consultancy Brand Finance.

  • Fifa presidency

    Blatter and Ali battle for power

    While Fifa continues to reel from "a storm" of damaging corruption allegations, 209 member associations will decide on Friday whether to give Sepp Blatter a fifth term as president.

  • David Beckham

    David Beckham earned 50.8 mn pounds in 2014

    David Beckham earned 50.8 million pounds last year, after multiple endorsement deals with brands like H&M and Adidas. It's reportedly more than what he used to earn when he played for his country.