Prosecutors in Switzerland have launched criminal proceedings against FIFA President, Gianni Infantino to investigate his dealings with Swiss Attorney General Michael…Read More FIFA President, Gianni Infantino has criminal proceedings launched against him in Switzerland
The Nigerian Super Eagles of Nigeria moved to 38th in the latest FIFA world ranking.The new ranking now puts the Super Eagles in the fourth in Africa behind Egypt, Senegal and Cameroon.
The top 10 in the world remain unchanged with Brazil, Argentina, Germany, Chile, Colombia, France, Belgium, Portugal, Switzerland and Spain retaining their spots.
Nigeria climbed up two places after gaining four points in the month under review.Read More Super Eagles rises to 38th in new FIFA World ranking
Following a hearing which took place in Zurich on May 4 2017, the FIFA Appeal committee has upheld the appeal lodged by the Argentinian Football Association on behalf of Lionel Messi, against the decision taken by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee.
Lifting the sanctions imposed on him, the Appeal Committee set aside the decision taken by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee on 28 March 2017, which, in application of art. 77 a) of the FIFA Disciplinary Code (FDC), had found Lionel Messi guilty of infringing art. 57 of the FDC for having directed insulting words at an assistant referee during Argentina’s World Cup qualifier against Chile.
Despite the fact that the FIFA Appeal Committee considered Lionel Messi’s behaviour as reproachable, they concluded that the evidence availabRead More FIFA overturns Lionel Messi’s ban from international matches
The Federation of International Football Association, FIFA, has expressed sadness over the death of 30 Manchester United football fans in Calabar, Cross River State.
The fans were electrocuted while watching the Europa League quarter-final game between Manchester United and Anderlecht on Thursday night.
The 30 fans were killed as a result of an electric cable that fell on the viewing centre where they were watching the game.
FIFA, however, wrote on its official twitter handle on Friday, “FIFA is deeply saddened by the deaths of several football fans in Calabar & offer our deepest condolences to family & friends of the victims.”
Former Super Eagles captain and goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama has been rewarded by the world football governing body FIFA for his…Read More Vincent Enyeama bags FIFA award
Fifa’s appeals committee has temporarily suspended Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid’s transfer bans with immediate effect. The two clubs had been…Read More Transfer Ban suspended for Atletico and Real Madrid – FIFA
The ad-hoc Electoral Committee of the world’s football governing body, FIFA, has announced the candidates that will contest in it’s…Read More FIFA announces 5 candidates to replace the current president, Sepp Blatter.
This is not supposed to be a guide to failing Managers like Mourinho. It is not even a piece of advice;…Read More 4 BIG Career Lessons Managers can Learn from Morinho and Chelsea Slump
Hull have been fined £145,000 by Uefa for breaking Financial Fair Play rules, while Liverpool were cleared. City boss Steve…Read More Hull City fined £145,000 by Uefa for financial fair play breach
Former Nigeria captain and Arsenal striker, Kanu Nwankwo has been named as the 13th greatest player of Arsenal football club.…Read More Kanu Nwankwo is Arsenal’s 13th greatest player