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U.S. requests extradition of 7 FIFA officials

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CONMEBOL must be reformed amid FIFA scandal, says president

The ESPN FC panel react to the reports that Sepp Blatter will not travel to the final of the Women's World Cup to present the trophy.
German FA President Wolfgang Niersbach said FIFA was not on the agenda at the UEFA Executive meeting in Zurich

SANTIAGO, Chile -- The president of CONMEBOL says it needs "total and absolute change" after becoming engulfed in the FIFA corruption scandal.

Juan Angel Napout said on Saturday in an exclusive interview with The Associated Press that South American soccer's governing body was carrying out audits and was willing to collaborate with the ongoing investigation by U.S. and Swiss authorities.

Until now, Napout had been silent since the scandal broke out a month ago. He spoke to AP in Santiago, on his...

Comforting tearful Gazza at Italia '90 and what I was really thinking

Substitute Steve McMahon comforts Paul Gascoigne as he walks off the pitch after extra time of England's 1990 World Cup semifinal against West Germany.

It is hard to believe 25 years have passed since Paul "Gazza" Gascogine shed tears in England's World Cup semifinal against West Germany at the 1990 World Cup. My memories remain so vivid.

Even though England ended up losing the semifinal on penalties, that game -- and the tournament -- is rightfully credited with helping Britain fall in love with football again and create the momentum for the start of the Premier League era.

People have asked me what soothing words I said to Gazza as he walked...

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FIFPro opening its doors to female members

The world footballers' union is set to overturn 50 years of tradition.

FIFPro, the world footballers' union, is to welcome female players as direct members in a bid to fight inequality in the sport.

At present individual players, male or female, are not permitted to join FIFPro but the organisation is set to overturn 50 years of tradition.

The initiative, announced at a press conference in Vancouver, aims to improve the rights of women in territories where they will not be accepted as members of the their own national union.

A FIFPro statement read: "Female players...

Russian League stalls on foreign player cap decision

Russia's Sports Ministry has not decided on a foreign player limit for the new season.

MOSCOW -- With just 10 days until the start of the new season, Russian football clubs' transfer plans risk being upended as the government threatens to cut the number of foreign players they can field.

Russia is due to host the 2018 World Cup, but the national football team are performing poorly, with just two wins from their last 10 competitive games, making the fate of Russian...

U.S. requests extradition of seven FIFA officials after Zurich arrests

The ESPN FC panel react to the reports that Sepp Blatter will not travel to the final of the Women's World Cup to present the trophy.
Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter could be interviewed by Swiss authorities investigating potential fraud surrounding the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

The Swiss Federal Office of Justice has received a formal request from the United States to extradite seven FIFA officials arrested in Zurich in May.

The requests were received on Wednesday, within the deadline required by a bilateral treaty.

The process is, however, likely to be a lengthy one as the seven can challenge any extradition ruling, and can appeal to two higher courts. All seven men detained in Zurich, including three current and former members of FIFA's executive committee, already have...