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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
3 days ago

Canover Watson removed from FIFA watchdog role

One of the eight members of FIFA's financial watchdog has been relieved of his role temporarily pending the outcome of a police investigation.

Canover Watson, a vice president of the Caribbean Football Union and member of FIFA's audit and compliance committee, was arrested by police in the Cayman Islands on suspicion of corruption and money laundering.

He has been bailed until Sept. 29 but committee chairman Domenico Scala has announced Watson has been relieved of his duties until the outcome of...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Aug 28, 2014

Too many unanswered questions for Platini?

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop discusses the possible reasons why Michel Platini is not running against current FIFA president, Sepp Blatter.

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Jun 15, 2014

Goal-line technology used for first time

Alexi Lalas and Ruud van Nistelrooy talk goal-line technology and what the Honduras victory means for France.

Goal-line technology was used for the first time at a World Cup finals on Sunday when France were awarded their second goal against Honduras.

- Marcotti: The system works
- Honduras coach questions technology

Already leading 1-0 through a Karim Benzema penalty on the stroke of half-time, France's advantage was doubled when Benzema's 48th-minute shot came back off the post and rolled across the goal-line before hitting goalkeeper Noel Valladares. The Honduras No. 1 tried to claw the ball back off...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Apr 8, 2014

Fan threats worry Brazil's Fred

SAO PAULO -- Brazil striker Fred warns there could be "another tragedy" in Brazilian football if fan groups follow through with their threats against his club this week.

In a lengthy letter posted on his Facebook and Twitter accounts, Fred said he is concerned about what could happen to him and his teammates if Fluminense doesn't advance to the second round of the Brazilian Cup on Thursday.

Hirshey: Why Pele matters

He said a group of about 20 fans swarmed his car to threaten...

Mar 27, 2014

Auditing the club Power Rankings

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Are Eden Hazard and Chelsea underrated at No. 7 in the club power rankings?

The weekly club power rankings compiled by Shaka Hislop are always a great source of debate among football fans, and there are always so many factors to consider when ranking these great teams on their recent run of form. The latest rankings are particularly interesting now that there are less than 10 games left in the European club season, and because there are still significant domestic and European trophies that have yet to be claimed.

One area where there is not much debate is the very top, where Bayern Munich is a deserving No. 1 after securing its 24th Bundesliga title earlier this week with a 3-1 win over Hertha Berlin. However, the rest of the rankings raise a very important question about the comparative strength across Europe’s top five leagues, and lead me to wonder whether the ongoing battles for the Premier League and La Liga titles are decreasing the value of the top clubs in those leagues.

The top three teams in each league are separated by just three points, and in such a tense predicament it becomes more difficult for these teams to stand out and stake their claim as the best in Europe. Meanwhile, the title races in Serie A and Ligue 1 are not nearly as close, and that makes it difficult to compare those leaders to teams that face tougher competition on a weekly basis.

Here is a deeper look at one instance where strength of schedule may be overrating one team in the power rankings, while also not giving another team its proper due.

Juventus is overrated at No. 6

Juventus has just one loss in Serie A this season, and is on pace to win its record 30th domestic title....