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Work towards TPO ban continues

The working group on third-party ownership of players’ economic rights (TPO) met in Zurich today to discuss the prerequisites for the implementation of a ban on TPO, following on from the recent decision of general principle by the FIFA Executive Committee to stop the practice with a transitional period.

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Canadian clubs creating regional waves

The past few years have seen an increase in impressive accomplishments from Canadian clubs Toronto FC, Vancouver Whitecaps and Montreal Impact as their continued development have yielded improved regional results.

 

 

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Uchida extends Schalke stay

Japan defender Atsuto Uchida has extended his Schalke contract until 2018, his German Bundesliga team announced Thursday.

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Hobro IK: Denmark’s friendly small town club

Hobro IK’s promotion from Denmark’s second tier to the Superligaen this summer was enough to spark a minor sensation in itself, but the club is continuing to cause a stir in the top flight. continue reading »

Lahm: Dortmund still a real threat

Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm has said that he still expects Borussia Dortmund to pose major difficulties to his team despite Jurgen Klopp's side's difficult start to the season. continue reading »

Raul agrees Cosmos move

Spain legend Raul, 37, has agreed a move to North American Soccer League outfit New York Cosmos. continue reading »

FIFA receives bidding documents for 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

The qualification process for next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada is still in its final stages, but plans for the 2019 edition are building momentum with bidding nations today visiting the Home of FIFA in Zurich. continue reading »

Cavani: Paris is beautiful and PSG support me

Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani has explained how complaints he made last season have led to him becoming happy with life at Paris Saint-Germain. continue reading »

Inzaghi: Winning at Milan is tough for anybody

Coach Filippo Inzaghi and midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura have reflected on the pros and cons of AC Milan's 1-1 draw at Cagliari and called for improvement. continue reading »

Pellegrini: There is a lack of trust at City

Manuel Pellegrini has expressed his concern at Manchester City's poor form and discussed the fitness of David Silva and Yaya Toure, while Alan Pardew has hailed Ryan Taylor and his Newcastle United team-mates. continue reading »

Garcia glad to see Roma triumph

Rudi Garcia insists "winning was the only option" against Cesena on Wednesday night and the Roma coach was suitably delighted with the victory that followed. continue reading »

Allegri angry at late lapse

Massimiliano Allegri has urged his players to learn their lessons from a dramatic late defeat at Genoa that saw the Serie A champions cede overall control of the title race. continue reading »

FC Dallas end Whitecaps' hopes

A late penalty from Garbini Michel gave FC Dallas a 2-1 play-off victory to end the ambitions of Vancouver Whitecaps, with the victors to now face Seattle Sounders. continue reading »

Ambitious Kiwis head Oceania quartet

New Zealand this week retained their Oceania crown despite a strong challenge from tournament hosts Papua New Guinea, leaving the Football Ferns to focus on building their challenge for Canada 2015. continue reading »

River edge Estudiantes

Two second-half goals secured River Plate a 2-1 win in their Copa Sudamericana quarter-final first-leg against compatriots, while Atletico Nacional gained a 1-0 first-leg victory over Peruvian side Cesar Vallejo. continue reading »