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24 September 2014
FIFA urged to publish ethics findings
FIFA has been urged to make public the findings of an ethics investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
19 September 2014
Eckert eyes November corruption verdict
The FIFA ethics judge presiding over the World Cup bidding corruption case is hoping to deliver a verdict by November.
8 September 2014
Euro 2016 Qualifying Wrap: Spain enjoy rout
Spain's Euro 2016 qualifying campaign began with a 5-1 drubbing of Macedonia, while England overcame a stern test in Switzerland on Monday.
5 September 2014
FIFA receives report on World Cup bids
A report into the investigation of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process has been submitted to FIFA.
4 September 2014
Kerzhakov: Winning more important than record
Aleksandr Kerzhakov thanked Vladimir Beschastnykh after breaking his record to become Russia's leading goalscorer on Wednesday.
8 August 2014
Homophobia and racism still prevail in Russia – but they need more time
There's no defending the abhorrent views of the Soviet nation's right-wing fan groups, but how is it still like this in the 21st century? Perhaps there's more to it then meets the eye...
30 July 2014
Capello 'staying as Russia coach until 2018'
Fabio Capello plans to remain as coach of the Russia national team until their home World Cup in 2018.
28 July 2014
Advocaat confirmed as Serbia's new coach
Dick Advocaat has been confirmed as Serbia's new national team coach on a two-year contract.
21 July 2014
World Cup bidding report due in September
The report on the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups is expected to be handed to FIFA's Adjudicatory Chamber in September.
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15 July 2014
Russia aiming to raise the World Cup bar in 2018
The organisers of the next FIFA World Cup in Russia are confident that they can produce an even better tournament than the Brazil showpiece.