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Ibrahim said his side were focused just on winning the match. “We are here to make our people happy,” he said. “All the world fights us and we will fight all the world at football.”Singapore’s coach, German Bernd Stange, said his two Cheap FUT Coins children had been in the Stade de France national stadium in Paris on Friday evening watching the France-Germany friendly soccer international when explosions were heard outside.“They were on the way to the stadium and woke me up at night and they are in the middle of this trouble,” the former Iraq and Belarus coach said. “They walked 11 kms (6.8 miles) home after the match, and arrived home at 4 a.m. My family, my wife, we are all very, very nervous.” --ReutersFIFA bans Blatter, Platini for eight years | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News

ZURICH: An ethics tribunal of scandal-plagued FIFA on Monday banned Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini for eight years saying they had abused their positions over a 2 million Swiss francs (USD2 million) payment made to Platini.The sentence against the two most powerful men in football stunningly highlighted the troubles faced by the world’s most popular sport where billions of dollars have been invested in recent years.

Blatter, 79, and Platini, 60, were “immediately” banned from all football activity. Blatter’s career is now almost certainly over while Platini’s hopes of taking over FIFA are all but finished.Blatter, FIFA’s president since 1998, was fined 50,000 Swiss francs (US,000). Platini, the head of UEFA, Europe’s governing body and a FIFA vice president, was fined 80,000 Swiss francs (USD 80,000).A statement by the court said both showed “abusive execution” of their powers.

FIFA had looked into a two million Swiss francs payment authorised by Blatter to Platini in 2011. They said it was for work as a consultant carried out between 1999 and 2002.While the FIFA court dropped corruption charges against both Buy FIFA Coins men, it said both were guilty of a conflict of interest.It said there was “no legal basis” for the payment in an oral agreement between the two officials in August 1999.“Neither in his written statement nor in his personal hearing was Mr Blatter able to demonstrate another legal basis for this payment.

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