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FIFA bans Caribbean football chief Gordon Derrick for six years

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Gordon Derrick replaced Jack Warner as CFU boss in 2012.

Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president Gordon Derrick has been banned from all football-related activities for six years by FIFA's ethics committee.

Derrick, who is also the general secretary of the Antigua and Barbuda FA, has been found guilty of six different breaches of FIFA's ethics code, including offering and accepting bribes, mismanaging funds and abusing his position.

A director of the Antigua Commercial Bank, Derrick replaced the notorious Jack Warner as CFU boss in 2012 and was favoured...

Burkina Faso challenge FIFA's order to replay South Africa-Senegal game

Joseph Lamptey
Joseph Lamptey was banned for life for his actions in the

The Burkina Faso Football Federation has challenged FIFA's ruling to replay a World Cup qualifying game because the referee was corrupt.

Burkina Faso filed an appeal against a November replay of South Africa's 2-1 win over Senegal last year, the Court of Arbitration for Sport said on Tuesday.

The federation called the ruling "abuse of power" by a FIFA World Cup organising committee panel.

FIFA had never before ordered a game to be played again because of match-fixing. Its investigation found that...

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FIFA accused of violating good conduct standards by ex-UN commissioner

South African judge Navi Pillay made the criticism in her resignation email to the FIFA general secretary.

The former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights told FIFA she could no longer serve on its governance committee because its officials "violate the norms and standards of good conduct."

South African judge Navi Pillay made the criticism in her resignation email to FIFA general secretary Fatma Samoura, also a former UN official, on May 17.

The email, now published on the website of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) committee, confirms Pillay's decision to quit the governance...

Germany back at FIFA World Ranking summit as Brazil slip after draw

Germany's manager Joachim Low admits his side were very unconvincing in their 2-1 win over Czech Republic.
Joachim Low believes the German fans who sung offensive chants during his side's win over the Czech Republic were an embarrassment to the country.

ZURICH -- Germany have returned to the top of the FIFA rankings, taking over from Brazil after a busy World Cup qualifying programme.

The world champions beat Czech Republic and Norway in World Cup qualifying, while former No. 1 side Brazil beat Ecuador but surrendered their place at the summit after being held to a 1-1 draw in Colombia.

European champions Portugal, meanwhile, are up three places to No. 3, while Argentina fall one to No. 4 and Belgium climb to No. 5.

Portugal match their highest-ever...

FIFA applied pressure against Vitaly Mutko council ban - ex-official

Vitaly Mutko, Russian Sports Minister
Vitaly Mutko was directly implicated in the state-sponsored doping scandal in Russia.

Former FIFA official Miguel Maduro has said he banned Vitaly Mutko from football's ruling council in March after resisting strong pressure from the FIFA leadership.

Maduro -- who chaired the governance committee of world football's governing body before being removed from the post in May -- prevented Mutko, a Russian deputy prime minister who is head of the 2018 World Cup organising committee, from seeking re-election to the council on grounds of political interference.

He told a committee of British...

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England FA expresses concern to FIFA about anti-doping

Published stolen material claimed some players were given medical exemptions for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

The Football Association has written to FIFA to express its concern about last month's hack of anti-doping documents related to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

The stolen material, published by the Russian-linked group the Fancy Bears, revealed that several players, including five members of the Argentina squad, were given medical exemptions to use otherwise banned drugs.

Sources say that even prior to this incident, which casts another cloud of suspicion over next summer's World Cup in Russia,...