IND Vs SA | 3rd Test Oct 19, 2019
IND 29/2 (13.0)
Latest News on Football Leaks
Showing of 0 - 10 from 7 results
Football Leaks - Total results - 7
Jul 17, 2019
LaLiga: Spanish court opens tax probe into Doyen Sports for offering loans to clubs, third-party player ownership schemesDoyen, at the heart of damaging leaks made by Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto who broke into the company's computers, could have earned profits of 20.5 million euros
Mar 09, 2019
Manchester City slam 'false accusations' after UEFA launch investigation into alleged breach of Financial Fair Play rulesUEFA are opening an investigation into whether Manchester City broke Financial Fair Play rules, a breach that could lead to a Champions League ban.
Jan 28, 2019
Belgian justice demands access to documents on alleged corruption in football acquired by imprisoned hacker Rui PintoAt the heart of the Belgian investigation is the Israeli player agent Pini Zahavi, who brokered the arrival of Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2017
Nov 20, 2018
Former FIFA's Ethics Committee chief quits Swiss prosecution authority amid corruption probes against footballing bodySince a raid on a luxury hotel in Zurich in May 2015 led to the arrests of a number of FIFA executives and shone the spotlight on the corrupt underbelly of world football, Switzerland has pursued a number of cases.
Nov 13, 2018
UEFA warns previously cleared clubs that it's open to reopening Financial Fair Play cases should new information ariseEvery club affiliated to UEFA faces an annual assessment against the break-even requirements and many have been investigated and either sanctioned or cleared.
Nov 08, 2018
Expanded Club World Cup is 'the answer' to Super League threat, says FIFA president Gianni InfantinoFIFA President Gianni Infantino has told AFP that his plans for a new, expanded Club World Cup provide the perfect antidote to any potential threat of a breakaway Super League by elite clubs.
Nov 03, 2018
UEFA helped Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City circumvent Financial Fair Play rules, claims Football LeaksAccording to the investigation of "more than 70 million documents" analysed "over eight months by 80 journalists", UEFA "knowingly helped the clubs to cover up their own irregularities for 'political reasons'" under the leadership of Michel Platini and Gianni Infantino.