Sport The moment Fifa president Sepp Blatter revealed Qatar as winners of the 2022 World Cup bid

The Qatar tournament looks likely to be moved to the winter

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Brazil v England match to go ahead following 'bureaucratic failure'

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Sepp Blatter hints at vote re-run, although Fifa move to clarify comments

Frank Lampard and England were denied a clear goal against Germany at the last World Cup

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Fifa have invited tenders to provide the system

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Visiting players claim there were threatened with guns by security officials

Frank Lampard and England were denied a clear goal against Germany at the last World Cup

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Blatter's latest remarks, which have been met with widespread condemnation:

Sepp Blatter gaffes and outbursts

Fifa president Sepp Blatter said yesterday that racism in football does not exist, and that any altercations on the pitch where racist language is used could be resolved by a handshake.

England manager Fabio Capello pictured wearing a poppy

Fifa climbs down over poppies ban

Fifa has climbed down over its decision to ban the England football team from wearing remembrance poppies and will now allow players to display them.

The England captain John Terry proudly wears a poppy on his
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No poppy for Terry & Co as Fifa rejects minister's appeal

England will not be allowed to wear poppies on their shirts for Saturday's friendly against Spain after Fifa rejected a second request from the Football Association for what the world governing body termed "embroidery on the match shirt".

Sepp Blatter will today announce his plans for reform at Fifa

Blatter promises telling reforms at Fifa

Sepp Blatter has admitted Fifa made "horrific" mistakes as football's governing body became dogged by consistent allegations of corruption over the last year. In a speech in Zurich today Blatter, Fifa's president, will defend the steps being taken towards reform and promise they will deliver telling change.

Clubs may be forced to field locally trained players

Football's governing authorities are considering radical new plans designed to force the richest clubs to give home-grown players more of a chance to make the grade.

Players get paid after letter threat

Hearts' players yesterday received wages which had been due on 16 October.

Sepp Blatter announces Qatar as the successful bidders for the 2022 World Cup last year

World Cup bids investigation must go ahead, say MPs

An independent investigation into the bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups should still be carried out despite a whistle-blower retracting allegations that Qatar paid bribes to Fifa members, a committee of MPs said yesterday.

Fifa widens its 'cash for votes' inquiry

Fifa yesterday opened cases against another 10 officials from the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) related to the now infamous meeting held in Port of Spain, Trinidad, in May this year.

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