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Sep 16, 2014

FIFA executive committee probed over World Cup watches

BERNE, (Reuters) - Soccer's governing body FIFA is investigating whether any ethics rules were broken when members of its executive committee received commemorative watches from sponsors of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) at the World Cup.... #FIFA #Brazil national football team

Sep 18, 2014

Germany still ahead of Argentina in FIFA rankings; Canada rises to No. 120

ZURICH, Switzerland — World Cup winner Germany is still No. 1 in the FIFA rankings despite losing to second-place Argentina in a friendly rematch of their final this month. Colombia climbs one place to No. 3 even though it lost […... #Canada #Colombia #FIFA

Sep 18, 2014

FIFA orders football officials to return luxury watches to avoid disciplinary action

NYON, Switzerland — FIFA’s ethics investigator ordered football officials on Thursday to return 65 luxury watches given as World Cup gifts or risk disciplinary action. The Brazilian federation distributed gift bags with the expensive watches at the p... #Canada #Colombia #FIFA

Sep 18, 2014

FIFA orders football officials to return luxury watches to avoid disciplinary action

NYON, Switzerland — FIFA’s ethics investigator ordered football officials on Thursday to return 65 luxury watches given as World Cup gifts or risk disciplinary action. The Brazilian federation distributed gift bags with the expensive watches at the p... #Canada #Colombia #FIFA

Sep 18, 2014

Colombia rise to third in FIFA rankings

Paris (AFP) - World Cup winners Germany and beaten finalists Argentina were joined at the top of the FIFA rankings published Thursday by Colombia... #Paris #Colombia #FIFA

Sep 17, 2014

Low: Youth coaches create world champions

Technical analysis of the World Cup in Brazil was the focal point of the FIFA/UEFA Conference for National Coaches and Technical Directors, which took place in St. Petersburg... #FIFA #Union of European Football Associations #Brazil national football team

Sep 18, 2014

Greg Dyke says he had no idea World Cup gift watch was worth £16,000

FA chairman thought present was of little value and put it aside It was the fourth watch Ive had since I started doing this job The Football Association chairman, Greg Dyke, has said he had no idea of the value of a designer watch he was given as a g... #The Football Association #Greg Dyke #Brazil national football team #FIFA

Sep 18, 2014

FIFA Rankings: Germany retain top spot, India slips down eight places

The World Cup champions retained their top spot in the FIFA rankings... #India #FIFA

Sep 18, 2014

FIFA officials told to return watches handed out in Brazil

BERNE (Reuters) - FIFA executive committee members are among more than 50 football officials who have been told to return watches, estimated to have a market value of around $25,000 each, which were handed out as gifts by the Brazilian Football Confe... #India #FIFA

Sep 18, 2014

Arsenal Boss Arsene Wenger Regrets Not Signing Cristiano Ronaldo

Losing Ronaldo to Man United "still hurts today", claims Wenger. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that failing to sign Cristiano Ronaldo is the biggest regret of his career. SEE ALSO: Best British Footballers Playing Abroad: Ex Arsenal Star... #David Beckham #UEFA Champions League #Manchester United #FIFA #Real Madrid #Cristiano Ronaldo #Union of European Football Associations #Sporting Lisbon #Arsenal Football Club #Arsene Wenger #Barclays Premier League #La Liga #Old Trafford