Ethics and Football’s Governing Bodies

The recent scandal concerning gift bags containing watches valued at £16,000 given to 32 association chiefs, 28 FIFA executive committee members and 5 other members of South American associations illustrates how far removed these bodies are from the real world. The Ethics Code of FIFA Item 20 declares that: Persons bound by this Code may

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England Women Rise To Seventh in FIFA Rankings

England Women have risen to seventh in the FIFA Women’s World rankings after their successful World Cup qualifying campaign. FIFA Women’s World Rankings: Top Ten 1 USA 2 Germany 3 Japan 4 France 5 Sweden 6 Brazil 7 England 8 Canada 9 Norway 10 Australia Mark Sampson’s side completed a perfect campaign on Wednesday with

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England to Play Germany at Wembley

England Women’s Football Team will make history with their first match at Wembley on Sunday 23 November 2014 at 3.00pm. Mark Sampson’s team take on five times World Champions Germany in a friendly match. England have already qualified for the 2015 FIFA World Cup, which will be staged in Canada, ahead of their last qualifier

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