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PETALING JAYA: The name Koe Ewe Teik may not ring a bell to today’s generation but at one stage of his life, the charismatic and distinguished educationist-cum-football coach-cum-referee was hugely respected across the international football family.
(Reuters) - La Liga president Javier Tebas dismissed a Madrid court's decision asking UEFA to revoke action against the founding clubs of the European Super League, saying there were "a lot of jokes" going on when it came to decisions made in that court about the breakaway league.
ZURICH (Reuters) - A Swiss court has rejected world soccer body FIFA's bid to revive a criminal probe against its former president, Sepp Blatter, over a 2005 deal with the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) to sell World Cup broadcasting rights.
(Reuters) - A Brazilian judge on Monday annulled the 2018 election of Rogerio Caboclo as president of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), and named two regional soccer chiefs to take temporary charge of the organisation.
(Reuters) - The former Head of Referees at Haiti's football federation (FHF), Rosnick Grant, has been banned from the sport for life after being found guilty of abusing his position and sexual harassment, world football's governing body FIFA said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Soccer clubs should interact with fans to educate them about racism, former France defender Patrice Evra said, after Black players in the England team were subjected to online racist abuse after their Euro 2020 final loss.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Tuesday dismissed a sports promotion company's antitrust lawsuit accusing soccer's world governing body FIFA and the U.S. Soccer Federation of blocking foreign clubs and leagues from staging competitive matches in the United States.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The first major test of how an Olympics can be held in the midst of a pandemic may well come this week in the men's soccer tournament when Japan face a South Africa side that could struggle to field 11 players due to the novel coronavirus.
(Reuters) - Three Russian soccer players have been suspended by FIFA's disciplinary committee for breaching anti-doping regulations, the sport's world governing body said on Monday.