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2022 World Cup news
Sports figures around the world showed their love for Nelson Mandela on Thursday, the anti-apartheid hero's 95th birthday.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has cast further doubt on the scheduling of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, telling L'Equipe: " It's not rational or reasonable to play in June-July."
Sepp Blatter has revealed he intends to become a football pundit when he steps down as FIFA president in 2015.
Sebastian Coe says in his book that FIFA President Sepp Blatter once described English soccer as being "run by idiots."
Goal-line technology is coming to soccer.
Tackling corruption in soccer will again top FIFA's agenda when the 208 members meet this week for a congress that will also see the first woman appointed to the governing body's executive committee.
FIFA says it will decide soon if Iraq is safe enough to host 2014 World Cup qualifying matches again.
FIFA says it will decide soon if the Socceroos and other national teams will have to travel to Iraq to play 2014 World Cup qualifying matches.
FIFA will decide soon if Iraq is safe enough to host 2014 World Cup qualifying games again. The country has been barred from holding home games since last September.
Sepp Blatter says he cannot leave his position as FIFA president until he has improved the organisation's image and said the British press are seeking revenge for the 2018 World Cup bid failure.
IOC President Jacques Rogge has praised Sepp Blatter for promising to reopen a case which could confirm allegations that FIFA and Olympic officials took kickbacks from marketing contracts.