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JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Saddled with high crime, fear of terrorism and skeptics around the globe, South Africa promises it's ready to keep the peace through an exciting World Cup.
GENEVA: The World Cup marks the climax of a season in which match-fixing has spread more widely through football than ever.
AMSTERDAM: Dutch security officials said yesterday they are taking seriously the threat to football fans after a terrorism suspect arrested in Iraq claimed he considered attacking Dutch or Danish fans at the World Cup in South Africa.
GENEVA: An online anti-corruption project tracking the flow of money involved in player transfers will be used by all 208 football nations within a year, FIFA said Tuesday.
NYON, Switzerland (AP) - UEFA banned Macedonian club FK Pobeda from European competitions for eight years on Friday because its president and a former player fixed the outcome of a Champions League game in a betting scam.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter quashed talk of ditching South Africa as 2010 World Cup hosts yesterday, insisting there was 'no Plan B'.
MONTREAL (AP) - World Anti-Doping Agency boss John Fahey acknowledged that Viagra is being examined for its potential use as a performance-enhancing drug.
A special investigation unit to stamp out match-fixing and corruption in football has been rubber-stamped by UEFA, according to general secretary David Taylor on Friday.
Police across Asia have arrested more than 1,300 people in a major operation against illegal gambling on the Euro 2008 championship and the climax of major leagues around the world, Interpol said yesterday.
Bribery and match-fixing are scourges which are destroying football, the head of the Asian Football Confederation said yesterday, vowing to stamp them out and keep the continent's football clean.