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1 March 2014
'Triple punishment' upheld over goalscoring chances
The International Football Association Board have upheld the 'triple punishment' method for dealing with denied goalscoring opportunities.
24 February 2014
FIFA impose sanctions on three players
The punishments handed to three individuals regarding match manipulation have been imposed worldwide by governing body FIFA.
7 February 2014
Blatter hints at extending FIFA tenure
FIFA president Sepp Blatter says only illness will prevent him from running for the organisation's leadership for a fifth time.
31 January 2014
Bosman lawyer battling FFP: We're happy with Man City, we don't want another Pompey
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30 January 2014
FIFA call for update on Qatar conditions
FIFA have requested an update on conditions in Qatar in response to ongoing concerns about workers' welfare ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
29 January 2014
FIFA reveal 30 per cent rise in agents' fees
Research from FIFA has shown a 30 per cent increase in fees paid to agents during transfers in 2013.
28 January 2014
Worldwide sanctions imposed by FIFA
The punishments handed to a number of individuals in relation to match manipulation have been enforced worldwide by FIFA.
27 January 2014
Why football is too tolerant of anti-Semitism
Darren Richman asks whether enough is being done to prevent the abuse of Jews in the game.
20 January 2014
Champagne calls for introduction of sin bins
FIFA presidential candidate Jerome Champagne believes orange cards and sin bins should be introduced into football.
20 January 2014
Champagne intends to run for FIFA presidency
Former FIFA deputy secretary Jerome Champagne has announced he will run for presidency in 2015.