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English FA backs Platini

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 By Nick Miller

World Cup qualifying draw for Russia 2018 yields mouthwatering matchups

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Steve Nicol break down Scotland's World Cup qualifying group, where they'll meet an old frenemy in England.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Alejandro Moreno break down the CONCACAF and UEFA World Cup qualifying draws.

With FIFA's World Cup qualifying draw now firmly in the books, Nick Miller analyses the biggest early storylines on the three-year march toward Russia.

Is an 'easy' group good for England?

The last time England were involved in a draw for an international competition, FA chairman Greg Dyke drew a finger across his throat to signify that he wasn't, to say the least, too happy with how tough it would be. Not this time, though, with England getting just about the perfect draw, against a selection...

CONMEBOL publishes anti-corruption measures in wake of FIFA scandal

Head of anti-corruption agency, Sylvia Schenk talks FIFA elections and reassigning World Cup hosts.

ASUNCION, Paraguay -- CONMEBOL will begin publishing the salary of its president and executive council members after being plunged into crisis by the FIFA bribery scandal.

The South American governing body published the anti-corruption measures Wednesday. They also include the creation of a new post for an independent expert to oversee its implementation. Annual audit reports will also be published on CONMEBOL's site.

The U.S. Justice Department has indicted 14 football officials and businessmen...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Zico asks Brazilian federation to back his candidacy for FIFA president

Michel Platini will stand as a candidate to replace Sepp Blatter as the next president of FIFA, world football's governing body.

Brazil and Flamengo legend Zico has asked his country's football federation to back him in his bid for the soon-to-be-vacated FIFA presidency.

The 62-year-old expressed his desire to run just days after current president Sepp Blatter announced his plans to abdicate the organization's top post back in June.

Standing UEFA president Michel Platini announced his candidacy on Wednesday, and the star of the 1982 and '86 Brazilian World Cup teams is hoping to have the support of CBF before soliciting other...

Michel Platini's FIFA presidential bid should be geared toward real reform

Michel Platini will stand as a candidate to replace Sepp Blatter as the next president of FIFA, world football's governing body.

It was nearly a year ago, in Monaco, that Michel Platini announced he would not be challenging for the FIFA presidency.

He said at the time that the people who liked him wanted him to stay at UEFA, and those who hated FIFA president Sepp Blatter wanted him to run. Many read it more cynically and perhaps more accurately: Platini didn't want to run a race he knew he couldn't win, and frankly, at the time, he was a long shot.

But this was before the U.S. Department of Justice indictments, before...

 By PA Sport

Michel Platini gets backing of English FA in bid to become FIFA president

Michel Platini will stand as a candidate to replace Sepp Blatter as the next president of FIFA, world football's governing body.
Get up to speed with FIFA presidental candidate Michel Platini's amazing record as a player

Michel Platini has been given the firm backing of the English Football Association after formally declaring he is to run for the FIFA presidency -- despite his public backing for Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup.

The 60-year-old UEFA president said he wants to restore the world governing body's dignity after the corruption crisis which engulfed the organisation and led to Sepp Blatter announcing he will quit the role.

FA chairman Greg Dyke has thrown his weight behind the Frenchman but warned it...