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England captain Nasser Hussain on Monday revealed that his teammates have become so tormented with the Zimbabwe crisis that some have broken down in tears.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice president Kim Un-yong voluntarily turned himself over to prosecutors for questioning here yesterday following corruption allegations against him, officials said.
Police in Vietnam have raided the house of the suspected mastermind behind a scam in which tens of millions of dollars of state funds were spent on illegal football gambling, state media said.
South Africa plan to expand their police force by some 35,000 ahead of the 2010 soccer World Cup, conscious that high levels of crime could deter fans or mar the tournament.
West Indies captain Brian Lara believes his team have the ability to reach at least the semi-finals at the 2007 World Cup, which gets under way on home soil next month.
Interpol has uncovered US$680 million worth of illegal football betting across Asia after a series of raids, Singapore police said on Friday.
UEFA have given police a list of 15 matches they suspect may have been fixed, a senior UEFA source 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.
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.
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.