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 By PA Sport

Sepp Blatter rules out FIFA revisiting vote for 2018, 2022 World Cups

Michael Garcia has resigned from the FIFA ethics committee that investigated the bid process to the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

FIFA will not reopen the vote for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, and will publish at least some of the confidential report into the bidding process, president Sepp Blatter said on Friday.

The 78-year-old Blatter, who is seeking a fifth term as president, said the decisions by the FIFA executive committee on Friday will allow the governing body to move on from four years of controversy.

"We have been in a crisis,'' Blatter said. "The crisis has stopped because we again have the unity in our government.''


 By PA Sport

FIFA agrees to publish Michael Garcia report on 2018, 2022 World Cup bids

FIFA president Sepp Blatter released a statement saying that FIFA will release Michael Garcia's report but that the bid process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will not be revisited.

FIFA's executive committee has agreed unanimously to publish Michael Garcia's report into World Cup bidding, where legally possible.

Officials at a meeting in Morocco agreed to the proposal without a vote being taken -- but nothing will be published until the ethics committee charges against three FIFA ExCo members have been dealt with.

At that same meeting, FIFA president Sepp Blatter also confirmed that FIFA will not reopen the vote for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

FIFA vice-president Jim Boyce...

By ESPN Staff

Thierry Henry 'equal to the very best such as Pele and Michel Platini'

Footballers took to social media Tuesday to pay tribute to Thierry Henry who has officially hung up his boots to become a media pundit.

Thierry Henry deserves to be regarded on the same level as Pele and Michel Platini after the former Arsenal striker announced his retirement from the game, according to Euro 2000-winning France coach Roger Lemerre.

Henry, 37, called time on his playing career on Tuesday following the expiration of his contract with MLS franchise New York Red Bulls earlier this month.


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Clubs and goals: Total - 411 goals in 917 games
Monaco (28), Juventus (3), Arsenal (228), Barcelona (49), New York Red Bulls (52)

Internationals: France - 51 goals in 123 games

Trophies: Ligue 1 (1); Trophee des champions (1); Premier League (2); FA Cup (3); FA Community Shield (2); Spanish La Liga (2); Copa del Rey (1); Supercopa de España (1); UEFA Champions League (1); UEFA Super Cup (1); FIFA Club World Cup (1); MLS Supporters' Shield (1); MLS Eastern Conference (2); World Cup 1998; Euro 2000; Confederations Cup 2003.

In addition to becoming Arsenal's all-time leading scorer in his eight-year spell in north London, Henry also surpassed Platini as...

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FIFA rejects whistleblower complaints over World Cup bid report summary

FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke rules out staging the 2022 World Cup in January as he spoke ahead of the Club World Cup in Marrakech, Morocco.

FIFA has rejected complaints from whistleblowers over the conduct of Hans-Joachim Eckert alleging that the Ethics Committee chairman deliberately breached anonymity clauses in a summary of a report into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids.

Phaedra Almajid, who worked for the Qatar 2022 bid team before losing her job in 2010, and Bonita Mersiades, who worked for Australia's 2022 bid, separately lodged formal complaints against Eckert's 42-page summary of Michael Garcia's independent inquiry.


FIFA: No indications football is involved in Russian sports 'doping' scandal

FIFA says there are "no indications" that football is implicated in alleged widespread doping and corruption in Russian sports.

World football's governing body says it "monitors carefully the reports concerning doping in Russia and is in close contact" with the World Anti-Doping Agency.

German broadcaster ARD and French sports daily L'Equipe reported on Wednesday that there was systematic doping in athletics, linked to the WADA-accredited laboratory in Moscow and Russian Anti-Doping Agency.

An IAAF...