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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Bank Hapoalim B.M.
PETALING JAYA: Let’s learn from the Spaniards.
MOSCOW — Rafael Márquez, one of the best-known stars on Mexico’s World Cup soccer team, is a standout of the tournament in Russia. But it has nothing to do with his prowess on the field.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - In the wake of the record-breaking transfer window, European league officials say they want to see regulations brought in to address the increasing economic imbalances in the game.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The owner of a Chinese firm behind a bid to take over English club Southampton said on Friday the deal was being held up and that he wasn't sure if the current owner still wanted to sell, casting doubts over the long-running negotiations.
London (Reuters) - A world anti-money laundering body has deleted all trace of an alert it issued last week warning that financial institutions had not done enough to police suspicious financial activity by officials at FIFA, soccer's global governing body.
LONDON/ST. LOUIS (Reuters) - A global group of government anti-money-laundering agencies said that financial institutions have not done enough to police suspicious financial activity by officials at football's global governing body FIFA, and cautioned banks to step up scrutiny.
ZURICH (Reuters) - European football's governing body UEFA has long led the opposition to the global game's boss Sepp Blatter, so it's no surprise that its officials have taken the moral high ground as corruption scandals brought the FIFA president down.
ST. LOUIS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The disclosure that some of the world's largest banks had been used as a conduit for bribes allegedly paid to football officials has prompted the banks to scrutinize their ties with FIFA, and could make it more difficult for the sport's powerful governing body to move money around the world.