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FIFA bans bid inspector Mayne-Nicholls

FIFA banned Chile's Harold Mayne-Nicholls, the official it chose to inspect 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosting candidates, for breaking ethics rules.

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Spurs hopeful over Alderweireld

Tottenham are confident of securing a deal to sign Toby Alderweireld from Atletico Madrid, despite reports that Southampton could take legal action.

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Fiji power to 38-0 win over Micronesia

Pacific Games organisers say Fiji broke the record for the biggest win in international football with a 38-0 victory on Sunday over Micronesia.

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Man Utd wait on Di Maria injury news

Manchester United are waiting to see how long their record signing Angel Di Maria will be sidelined for after he was injured in the Copa America final

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Nasri denies Arsenal talk

Samir Nasri has strongly rejected a report claiming he asked to return to Arsenal, insisting he wants to stay at Manchester City.

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Ramos 'not negotiating with anyone'

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos gave little away when asked about his future on Saturday amid interest from Manchester United.

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Luis Enrique requested Turan - Bartomeu

Barcelona boss Luis Enrique asked the club to sign Arda Turan from Atletico Madrid, presidential candidate Josep Maria Bartomeu has said.

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Dembele to hold talks over his Spurs future

Mousa Dembele has said he plans to hold talks with Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino to determine whether he has a future at the club.



BREAKING: #FIFA bans 2018 & 2022 World Cup bids inspector Harold Mayne-Nicholls for seven years.