Friday, 29 May 2015

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The Major League Soccer side were forced to call off Thursday's game after recent storms affected the area, with match officials deeming the pitch unsafe

Thursday, 28 May 2015

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Guinea-Bissau's president says Africa remains behind the Fifa chief despite the corruption scandal surrounding the organisation, insisting the whole affair is "a state conspiracy"

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Both men were among the eight officials arrested on Wednesday as part of a US-led investigation into alleged corruption with football's governing body

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The Frenchman insists Europe's governing body could consider withdrawing from the 2018 tournament in Russia if Sepp Blatter is re-elected

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The Uefa president has urged his organisation's 54 members to vote against the Swiss due to the latest corruption scandal to hit the governing body

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The Russian President believes that the FBI investigation into alleged corruption within the game's governing body is politically motivated

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The Madrid midfielder is set to move to Turin on a free transfer, at the end of his contract, after having a secret medical with the Italian champions

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The Spanish coach will quit his post following this weekend's crunch Serie A clash with Lazio and is expected to succeed Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid

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The Spanish giants have taken the unusual approach of dismissing an Italian report linking them with the Frenchman, though no such statement was issued over David De Gea

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The Belgium international was given just three Premier League outings by the Blues boss and says he will not return to Chelsea while he is still in the hotseat

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The former Champions League winner has warned of the dangers of the Catalans' attack and says talk of a rebirth of Italian football is too early

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The Manchester United midfielder is fit to travel to Chile, and joins Sergio Aguero and Erik Lamela and three other Premier League players in the final 23-man selection