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Mr Platini also violated his FIFA Coins
Posted April 20, 2018 by rsgoldfastcom JK
Mr Platini also violated his fiduciary duty to FIFA Coins and breached article 15 of the FCE (Loyalty). In addition, Mr Platini failed to act with complete credibility and integrity, showing unawareness of the importance of his duties and concomitant obligations and responsibilities.



His actions did not show commitment to an ethical attitude, failing to respect all applicable laws and regulations as well as FIFA's regulatory framework to the extent applicable to him and demonstrating an abusive execution of his position as Vice-President of FIFA and member of the FIFA Executive Committee, hence violating article 13 of the FCE (General rules of conduct).In consequence.



Mr Platini has been banned for eight years from all football related activities and fined CHF 80,000.The investigation into the case of Mr Platini was conducted by Ms Vanessa Allard, member of the investigatory chamber of the Ethics Committee.The investigation resulted in a final report which was submitted to the adjudicatory chamber on 20 November 2015.



The adjudicatory chamber opened formal proceedings on 23 November 2015, and the hearing took place in Zurich on 18 December 2015 in the presence of Mr Platini's lawyers. Blatter, 79, arrived at FIFA's former headquarters in Zurich soon after 10am (local time), in a chauffeur-driven car accompanied by his daughter.
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If Farhad Moshiri is FIFA Coins
Posted March 29, 2018 by rsgoldfastcom JK
If Farhad Moshiri is truly to be a FIFA Coins game-changer for Everton, it will require more ambition on the part of manager Roberto Martinez. ‘We need to create a football club that a player wants to be part of,’ he said this week. ‘It is no good us saying, “Yes, we will keep them” if they don’t want to stay. It will be the wrong investment.



But if they want to stay, can we make them stay? The answer now is yes.’Actually, the answer always was yes. You don’t need a new owner to keep the players who want to stay. It’s the ones that want out that need to have their heads turned. Martinez’s fatalism underplays Everton’s new circumstances.Financial pressures made them a selling club. Released from those shackles they now have the power to keep saying no, as they did with John Stones last year.The suggestion is that Romelu Lukaku will have suitors this summer, too.



Paris Saint-Germain among them. Everton cannot just cave to the first grumpy call from his agent. More importantly, they do not have to.Martinez must recognise that if Everton are to embrace real change. One of the most startling aspects of the FIFA election was that so many were quick to acclaim new president Gianni



Infantino, despite his strong association with the old, corrupt regime. England’s naked self-interest in beginning the lobbying process for 2030 was typically awful, and David Gill’s invitation to join the FIFA fold all too obvious, but some neutrals and respected observers also seemed quickly converted.
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Thai national police chief to FIFA Coins
Posted March 26, 2018 by buynba2k buynba2k
Poompanmoung, a straight-talking officer known in FIFA Coins the kingdom for leading a crackdown on police corruption and declaring his assets at more than $11.5 million when he became the country's top cop, scooped up 62 of the available 72 votes from football clubs and officials.He was the frontrunner in a rowdy and often acrimonious campaign that brought to light massive public discontent with the game's administrators in the football-mad country. Former



Thai national police chief Somyot Poompanmoung (C) arrives at a stadium where voting took place to elect the president of the Football Association of Thailand in Bangkok on February 11, 2016 ©Christophe Archambault (AFP)"We will keep our promises and our work will be transparent.



Somyot told reporters after the landslide vote, adding that a FIFA representative congratulated him on "joining the football family."Somyot, 61, was supported by a number of big Thai football clubs as well as his friend Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the billioaire owner of table-topping English Premier League outfit Leicester.He succeeds Worawi Makudi, a former FIFA insider and



Thai football's Teflon man who for years fended off endless scandals with lawsuits and bravado.Worawi, a FIFA executive committee member for 18 years until last May, could not run in Thursday's election after being suspended by the game's governing body over an alleged breach of its ethical code.He denies any wrongdoing.Instead, Worawi is widely believed to have backed former
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Sepp Blatter is bringing out a FIFA Coins
Posted March 23, 2018 by buynba2k buynba2k
Sepp Blatter is bringing out a FIFA Coins picture-led book about his life at FIFA called Sepp Blatter: Mission Football RFU chairman Bill Beaumont, who was easily outmanoeuvred by France’s Bernard Lapasset in his bid for the presidency of the International Rugby Board in 2011, is being more proactive ahead of the next election in May. Beaumont is understood to have engaged Jon Tibbs Associates as his advisors.



However Lapasset will be a strong favourite to retain the post if he decides to stand, which will depend on his commitments leading Paris’s campaign to host the 2024 Olympics. RFU chairman Bill Beaumont is being proactive ahead of next May's International Rugby Board election FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino confident of winning majority vote | Daily Mail Online.



FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino voiced confidence on Tuesday he would get more than the 105 votes he needs to win Friday's election for the new head of football's world governing body.FIFA is engulfed in a corruption scandal that has led to the indictment of several dozen leading football officials in the United States. Outgoing president Sepp Blatter and Michel



Platini, head of European soccer federation UEFA, have been banned for eight years for ethics violations, which they deny.Infantino, the Swiss general secretary of UEFA, is one of five candidates standing in the election, in which each of FIFA's 209 national football associations (FAs) holds one vote. Gianni Infantino is confident he will get the majority vote needed to become the new
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A spokeswoman for the FIFA Coins
Posted March 15, 2018 by buynba2k buynba2k in mmogo
A spokeswoman for the FIFA Coins. Attorney's Office in Brooklyn declined comment.The 72-year-old is among 42 individuals and entities charged as part of a U.S. investigation into more than $200 million in bribes and kickbacks sought by soccer officials for marketing and broadcast rights to tournaments and matches.The investigation has sent Switzerland-based FIFA and other governing bodies into an unprecedented crisis. Gianni Infantino.



FIFA's newly elected president, has vowed to lead the organization out of years of scandal.To date, 13 people and two corporate entities have pleaded guilty in the U.S. case.Callejas, who served as Honduran president from 1990 through 1994, was indicted in December and came to the United States later that month voluntarily to face charges including racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud and money laundering.



The indictment alleged that Callejas took bribes from Media World, an affiliate of Spain's Imagina Group, so that the company could obtain media and marketing rights for qualifier matches ahead of the 2014, 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments.



Callejas, who has been under house arrest as part of a $4 million bail package, has previously denied any wrongdoing.(Reporting by Nate Raymond in New York; Editing by Tom Brown) Luis Suarez was banished from the World Cup 640 days ago for biting Giorgio Chiellini... but he will return on Friday night a changed man | Daily Mail Online.
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