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Capello should go after dire show

Russia Jun 27, 2014
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 Posted by Michael Yokhin
3 days ago

Russia national team plan for 2018 World Cup potentially disastrous

FIFA president Sepp Blatter surprises Russian officials after revealing FIFA will discuss the possibility of reducing the number of stadiums to be used at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

If a Russian Football Union proposal comes about, Russia manager Fabio Capelli will have his squad playing a full season in the Russian Premier League ahead of the 2018 World Cup.

With the current leadership at FIFA and UEFA, there is no shortage of poor ideas, but it looks like the Russian Football Union is about to win the prize for the most bizarre and stupid proposition.

Speaking to Russian news agency ITAR-TASS this week, RFU general secretary Anatoly Vorobyov suggested that Russia's national team should play in the Russian Premier League for the entire 2017-18 season, in order to prepare for the World Cup on home soil. According to him, players would be loaned from...

7 days ago

Russia open Euro 2016 qualifying with victory over Liechtenstein

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Fabio Capello's men were too much for little Liechtenstein in the opening match of Group G.

Russia got more than a helping hand as they began their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a 4-0 victory over Liechtenstein in Group G.

Coming off a disappointing World Cup, Fabio Capello's Russia needed a reassuring win over the part-timers from Liechtenstein, but while the score looked good, the manner in which it was achieved was less convincing.

Two own goals and a somewhat clumsy penalty excused the profligacy of Russia's strikers before substitute Artem Dzyuba scored the fourth, but they will...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
7 days ago

Highlights: Russia 4-0 Liechtenstein

Fabio Capello's men were too much for little Liechtenstein in the opening match of Group G.

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 Posted by Associated Press
Sep 5, 2014

FIFA receives Michael Garcia report on alleged World Cup bidding corruption

ESPN's Jeremy Schaap joined The Herd and discussed his trip to Qatar and the alleged bribes for the 2022 World Cup bid.

FIFA ethics investigator Michael Garcia has submitted his report into alleged corruption in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests.

- Russia World Cup not in doubt, says Blatter
- EU mulls sanctions for Russia over Ukraine

The Sunday Times reported in June that it received ''hundreds of millions'' of documents which it claims reveal that disgraced former FIFA executive committee member Mohamed bin Hammam had made payments to football officials in return for votes for Qatar.

The claims led to...

 Posted by Stephan Uersfeld
Sep 3, 2014

FIFA president Sepp Blatter: Russia World Cup not in doubt

FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he will continue to be tough on racism within football.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter insists Russia's status as 2018 World Cup hosts is not under discussion as leading football figures attend a summit in Austria this week.

- Putin won't cut World Cup venues

The ongoing crisis in the Ukraine has already led to European Union sanctions against Russian officials and Russia's financial and arms industry, and EU nations are also considering sporting sanctions, although it appears there are no current plans to target the World Cup.

Blatter has met with a number...