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German legend Beckenbauer snubs Blatter's call to find solution to 'penalty shootouts'
German football legend Franz Beckenbauer has said matches that end without a result should continue to be decided by penalty shootouts, as he believes bringing emotions into the play is way better than deciding the winner through toss of a coin.

FIFA asks German legend Beckenbauer to find solution to 'tragedy of penalty shootouts'
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has asked legendary German footballer Franz Beckenbauer to find an alternative to penalty shootouts.

Final phase of testing on goal line technology commences
The last phase of testing on two goal line technologies will initiate on Thursday, in a bid to find an answer to football's most contentious issue.

Beckham to lead legendary Tom Finney's 90th birthday celebrations
Former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham will lead the tributes to legendary footballer Sir Tom Finney at his 90th birthday celebrations this week.

74 killed in football violence in Egypt's Pot Said
At least 74 people have been killed in clashes between rival fans following a football match in the Egyptian city of Port Said.

Putin promises to review football stadium beer ban
Vladamir Putin has pleased football fans by promising a review of the current ban on the sale of beer at Russian football stadiums.

Brazil 2014 World Cup to have goal-line technology: Blatter
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has said that goal-line technology could be in place for the start of next season, as two of nine systems being assessed have proved fast and accurate enough.

FBI investigating corruption allegations over football World Cup bidding process
Investigators from the FBI have reportedly interviewed members of England's failed 2018 football World Cup bid.

Blatter responds to Ferdinand on Twitter over racism comments
London, Nov 18 (ANI): Fifa president Sepp Blatter has responded directly to former England captain Rio Ferdinand on Twitter over no racism in football comments made by the former. London, Nov 18 (ANI): Fifa president Sepp Blatter has responded directly to former England captain Rio Ferdinand on Twitter over no racism in football comments made by the former.

UK PM Cameron slams FIFA president Blatter's 'handshake resolving racism' remark
London, Nov 18(ANI): UK Prime Minister David Cameron has slammed Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) President Sepp Blatter's remark that racism in football can be resolved through a handshake

FIFA President Blatter under scanner over 340 million pound World Cup ticket deal
Federation Internationale de Football Association(FIFA) chief Sepp Blatter has come under the scanner over the 340 million pound World Cup ticket deal.

'Black players should boycott international football games to get Blatter to quit'
Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock believes the only way to force FIFA president Sepp Blatter to resign is if black players refuse to play in the next round of international fixtures.

Racism must be punished, says Arsenal coach Wenger
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has condemned FIFA boss Sepp Blatter for his recent comment that any act of racism in the game can be sorted out with a handshake.

Blatter apologizes but refuses to quit over 'handshake resolving racism' remark
Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA ) President Sepp Blatter has apologized for his earlier remark that racism in football can be resolved through a handshake, but refused to resign, and insisted that he is committed to reforming the organization.

Blatter's resignation sought after his 'no racism in football claims'
The demand for the resignation of Fifa president Sepp Blatter has increased after he claimed that there is no problem with racism in football and that those targeted should just shake hands with their abusers.

Blatter promises to reform Fifa by 2013
To rescue Fifa's reputation and his own legacy, Sepp Blatter has promised to reform the organisation within two years. latter said that after the changes the world governing body would "present an image that is slightly better than the one we have currently".

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