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  1. Blatter tells referees to target elbowing

    Timothy Collings

    Sepp Blatter has told World Cup referees to protect the players and clamp down hard on elbowing.

    Story | Conversation | June 05, 2006
  2. FIFA plans new ethics committee to fight corruption

    Timothy Collings

    FIFA plans a new independent ethics committee and the introduction of professional referees in a bid to fight widespread corruption.

    Story | Conversation | June 05, 2006
  3. Blatter vents anger at racist fans

    Timothy Collings

    Racist soccer spectators should be identified in the crowd and then shamed in public in the middle of the pitch while the match they have tarnished is suspended, FIFA president Sepp Blatter said on Sunday.

    Story | Conversation | December 19, 2004
  4. FIFA congress extends Blatter's term

    Timothy Collings

    FIFA gave president Sepp Blatter a one-year contract extension and, also unanimously, approved revised statutes, the rules that govern world soccer's governing body, at its Extraordinary Congress on Sunday.

    Story | Conversation | October 19, 2003
  5. Japan could host FIFA tournament

    Timothy Collings

    The next edition of the controversial FIFA Club World Championship is likely to be held in Japan in 2005, FIFA president Sepp Blatter said on Sunday.

    Story | Conversation | October 19, 2003
  6. FIFA rejects World Cup expansion plan

    Timothy Collings

    FIFA's Executive Committee has rejected a proposal to expand the 2006 World Cup finals to 36 teams, but to do so backtracked on its promise to give Oceania an automatic place in the tournament.

    Story | Conversation | June 28, 2003
  7. FIFA agrees to 36-team World Cup

    Timothy Collings

    FIFA agreed to expand the 2006 World Cup in Germany to an unprecedented 36 teams following a heated seven-hour meeting of its executive committee on Saturday.

    Story | Conversation | May 03, 2003
  8. Club chiefs to present demands to FIFA

    Timothy Collings

    Bayern Munich's Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Manchester United's Peter Kenyon will lead calls for a downgrading, or even cancellation, of the Confederations Cup when they meet FIFA president Sepp Blatter on Friday.

    Story | Conversation | March 20, 2003