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FIFA audit panel member stood down from duty
ZURICH (AP) — FIFA has removed a member of its financial monitoring panel who has been implicated in corruption.
Appiah out as Ghana coach after 2 years
ACCRA, Ghana (AP) — Kwesi Appiah has left his position as Ghana coach, nearly three months after failing to guide the national team out of the group stage at the World Cup in Brazil.
Pele reminds Brazil it must play as a team
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Pele reminded Brazilians what they already knew, and were shown so obviously in the humiliating 7-1 loss to eventual champion Germany in the World Cup semifinals: Brazil must play as a team, not as individual stars if it is to win a sixth title.
Germany wins, Portugal loses in Euro qualifiers
LONDON (AP) — Two months after winning the World Cup, Germany opened its 2016 European Championship campaign with a 2-1 victory over Scotland on Sunday, while Portugal and Greece both slumped to defeats in their qualifying matches.
US starts 2018 preparation with 1-0 win at Czechs
Starting his second World Cup cycle as U.S. coach, Jurgen Klinsmann set a bold goal for the Americans: reach the final four of the 2018 tournament in Russia.
Brazil World Cup ticket-scalping suspect gets bail
SAO PAULO (AP) — A Brazilian judge has granted bail to a British executive charged in an alleged World Cup ticket-scalping scheme.
FIFA bans former Greece coach Santos for 8 matches
ZURICH (AP) — FIFA banned former Greece coach Fernando Santos for eight international games on Monday for verbally abusing match officials at the World Cup.
World Cup ticket-scalping suspect surrenders
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A top figure in an alleged illegal World Cup ticket-scalping scheme surrendered to Brazilian officials Monday, four days after police labeled him a fugitive, his lawyer said.
Beckham urges Scottish voters to keep union
LONDON (AP) — David Beckham is urging voters in Scotland to vote against independence.
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