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Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he will not appeal against latest ban

Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he will not appeal against the ban imposed on him last month, claiming the members of the world governing body’s ethics committee are “biased”. The 85-year-old was issued with a suspension of six years and eight months on March 24, which will begin when...
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'The Glazers told me I was right... Ferguson didn't believe in Paul Pogba': Mino Raiola lays into Sir Alex, saying he forced out a £89m star, liked 'yes' men at Man United and likening him to Sepp Blatter

Mino Raiola has reignited his bitter feud with Sir Alex Ferguson, insisting the fact Manchester United bought Paul Pogba back to the club shows he was right to think the Scot did not rate him. Ferguson and Raiola fell out way back in 2012 when the super-agent convinced client Pogba...
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Embezzlement: Fifa hands ex-president Sepp Blatter new six-year ban from football after investigations

ZURICH – Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter has been handed a six-year and eight months’ ban from football, the game’s global governing body has announced. The new sanctions were imposed for multiple breaches of Fifa’s ethics code and comes into force when a current suspension ends in October, according to the global football governing body. The same length of suspension has been imposed on the organisation’s former secretary general Jérôme Valcke. Both officials were also fined 1m Swiss francs (about Ugx3,917,820,000), each, Fifa said.
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FIFA issue Sepp Blatter with second ban for six years

Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has been handed a further six years and eight months ban from the game and fined a million Swiss francs ($1.07 million) by the body's Ethics Committee after a probe into massive bonus payments. Blatter's current ban from the game was due to expire in...
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Sepp Blatter gets new six-year ban from football after Fifa investigation

The former Fifa president Sepp Blatter has been given a new ban of six years and eight months from football, the game’s global governing body has announced. The ban has been imposed for multiple breaches of Fifa’s ethics code and comes into force when a current suspension ends in October, Fifa said. The same length of suspension has been imposed on the organisation’s former secretary general Jérôme Valcke. Both men have been fined 1m Swiss francs (almost £780,000), Fifa said.
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Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter handed new six-year football ban

Sepp Blatter has been handed a new six-year ban from football for breaching FIFA's Code of Ethics. Blatter is currently serving a suspension he received back in 2015 for conflict of interest and dereliction of duty charges. That ban had been set to expire in October, however, he has now been penalised for separate indiscretions.
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FIFA Bans Sepp Blatter Again for Financial Wrongdoing

GENEVA (AP) — Sepp Blatter was banned for a second time by FIFA on Wednesday for financial wrongdoing, seven months before the 85-year-old former president’s first ban expires. Blatter has recently been in poor health and was put in an induced coma for one week after undergoing heart surgery in...
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Former FIFA chief Sepp Blatter given new six year, eight month ban from football

FIFA has given its former president, Sepp Blatter, a new ban from football lasting six years and eight months. The football body said it had been imposed for multiple breaches of its ethics code, “in particular concerning bonus payments”. It will come into force when a current suspension ends in...
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Ex-Fifa president Sepp Blatter given new six-year ban

Sepp Blatter, the former president of Fifa, soccer's global governing body, has been handed a new ban from the sport after being found to be part of a 'vicious circle' of officials who sought to award themselves over UK£50 million (US$68.5 million) in undeclared payments. Blatter, 85, is currently serving...
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Sepp Blatter handed new seven-year ban, Fifa confirms

Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter has been given a new ban of seven years and eight months from football, the world governing body has announced.The ban has been imposed for multiple breaches of FIFA’s ethics code and comes into force when a current suspension ends in October, FIFA said.The same length of suspension has also been imposed on the organisation’s former secretary general Jerome Valcke.A statement from FIFA said: “The investigations into Messrs Blatter and Valcke covered various charges, in particular concerning bonus payments in relation to FIFA competitions that were paid to top FIFA management officials, various amendments and extensions of...
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Disgraced ex-FIFA boss Sepp Blatter handed new SIX-YEAR and eight month ban from football for multiple breaches of their ethics code after investigation found he had accepted an 'undue economic benefit' of £18m across four years

Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has been given a new ban of six years and eight months from football. The ban has been imposed for multiple breaches of FIFA's ethics code and comes into force when a current suspension ends in October, FIFA said. The same length of suspension has...