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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, March 24, 2011
Rob Hughes explains that for the first time in a decade, there is a power struggle at the top of FIFA. Sepp Blatter, the 75-year-old Swiss who has been the organization's president since 1998, will be challenged June 1 by Mohamed bin Hammam, a 61-year-old Qatari. Read the whole story
UEFA has taken the bold step of taking control of broadcast rights to all qualifying matches for national teams, beginning in 2014 with the the qualification round for Euro 2016 in France. Read the whole story
Four players -- three Zambians and a Georgian -- at Finnish Premier League club RoPS have been arrested in connection with an investigation into game-fixing. Read the whole story
Spanish La Liga games scheduled for April 2 and 3 -- including first-place Barcelona's visit to third-place Villarreal -- have been postponed in a dispute between clubs and the government over television revenue. Read the whole story


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