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FIFA denies reports claiming Michel Platini was cleared of corruption charges
FIFA denies reports claiming Michel Platini was cleared of corruption charges
Italian news agency ANSA reported earlier in the day that the ethics committee ruled to lift all corruption charges against Platini.
Reports: FIFA ethics committee clears Michel Platini of corruption charges
Reports: FIFA ethics committee clears Michel Platini of corruption charges
Platini was accused of taking illegal payment of two million Swiss francs ($20,55,318) from Blatter.
Sepp Blatter plans to attend 2018 FIFA World Cup
Sepp Blatter plans to attend 2018 FIFA World Cup
Blatter plans to attend the 2018 FIFA World Cup as a guest of Russian President Vladimir Putin
Sepp Blatter seeks intervention from Court of Arbitration for Sports on FIFA suspension
Sepp Blatter seeks intervention from Court of Arbitration for Sports on FIFA suspension
The former FIFA President has lodged an appeal against his six-year ban from football for ethics violations.
Sepp Blatter investigation: French soccer body's offices searched, documents seized
Sepp Blatter investigation: French soccer body's offices searched, documents seized
Investigators are leaving no stones unturned in the investigation against the former FIFA chief. as they get their hands on new documents.
Goal line technology approved for this season's UEFA Champions League and Europa League finals
Goal line technology approved for this season's UEFA Champions League and Europa League finals
Theodore Theodoridis is Gianni Infantinos replacement as UEFA General Secretary
FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants Indian football to develop
FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants Indian football to develop
New FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants to witness the development of football in Asia, especially India and China.
New FIFA president Gianni Infantino vows to restore credibility of governing body
New FIFA president Gianni Infantino vows to restore credibility of governing body
President Gianni Infantino says he will work to restore the credibility of FIFA, which has been tarnished by his predecessor Sepp Blatter.
Gianni Infantino is the new FIFA president, replaces Sepp Blatter
Gianni Infantino is the new FIFA president, replaces Sepp Blatter
The Swiss/Italian steps up from his current role as UEFA general secretary
Sepp Blatter says he was physically scared during the arrest of FIFA officials
Sepp Blatter says he was physically scared during the arrest of FIFA officials
Blatter said that his fate would have been different if USA was given the chance to host 2022 World Cup
The decline of Sepp Blatter
The decline of Sepp Blatter
Blatter was elected as FIFA president in 1998 but now that he is banned, we take a look at his controversial journey
Sepp Blatter critices media for his negative publicity
Sepp Blatter critices media for his negative publicity
Blatter was banned by FIFA along with Michel Platini for eight years
FIFA to investigate money transfer from Sepp Blatter to Russia's ex-football chief
FIFA to investigate money transfer from Sepp Blatter to Russia's ex-football chief
Blatter, supposedly paid $100,000 to Vyacheslav Koloskov as a bonus when the Russian was not even part of FIFA
FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino will visit Russia as part of his election campaign
FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino will visit Russia as part of his election campaign
FIFA announced in July that the election of the new president would be held on February 26, 2016.
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini banned from FIFA
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini banned from FIFA
The hitherto powerful duo were unable to prevent an ethics committee from suspending them from FIFA for 8 years
Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid investigated by FIFA over illegal transfers according to Sepp Blatter
Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid investigated by FIFA over illegal transfers according to Sepp Blatter
If they are found guilty, they will receive a similar transfer ban Barcelona received in 2015
FIFA Vice Presidents arrested amidst reforms to increase World Cup to 40 teams
FIFA Vice Presidents arrested amidst reforms to increase World Cup to 40 teams
FIFA Vice Presidents arrested prior to a meeting that could increase the World Cup to 40 teams.
Cristiano Ronaldo believes he is not smart enough to become FIFA President
Cristiano Ronaldo believes he is not smart enough to become FIFA President
Ronaldo said he had other projects in mind after he retired from the game
2018 World Cup in Russia was 'agreed' before actual voting: Sepp Blatter
2018 World Cup in Russia was 'agreed' before actual voting: Sepp Blatter
Sepp Blatter reveals that there was an agreement to give Russia the 2018 World Cup hosting rights in 2010 itself
Prince Ali of Jordan promises to restore FIFA's reputation
Prince Ali of Jordan promises to restore FIFA's reputation
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan has reportedly registered a bid for FIFA presidency.
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