The commission of recourse of the International federation of football (FIFA) confirmed Thursday in call radiation to life, for corruption, of Mohamed Bin Hammam, former president of the Asian Confederation of football (AFC). The business had burst at the end of May, right before the presidential election with the FIFA where Bin Hammam was opposed to the outgoing president, Joseph Blatter.Bin Hammam was shown to have bought voices at a meeting of the Confederation of football caribéen at the beginning of May with Trinity-and-Tobago, with envelopes containing 40.000 dollars (28.000 euros). Qatariote had then withdrawn its candidature right before its first passage on May 29 before the ethics committee of the FIFA which had suspended it on a purely provisional basis, the time of an internal survey
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On the site of the club, the president of Strasbourg Jafar Hilali promised a premium with the players of Rouen in the event of victory vis-a-vis Guingamp. An initiative which attracted the lightnings of the FF to him. “With the image of what is practised in a foreign championship, Racing of Strasbourg plans to pour with the players of Rouen a total exceptional bonus of 200.000 euros if they manage to beat Guingamp Friday May 27, 2011”, known as the official statement which specifies that the club “mettr (a) works this proposal of it only after authorization of the legal department of the national league of Football and in agreement with the law”
The OM desisted from the conciliation procedure at the CNOSF which was to take place this Friday in connection with the suspension of a match inflicted by the National council of Ethics with Taye Taiwo.C’ is the nonsuspensive character of this procedure which justified the Marseilles withdrawal. Taïwo will thus miss as envisaged the match OM-VA which was to be its good-byes with the Cycle-racing track Saturday. The Nigerian was suspended 1 match following his remarks anti-PSG at the time of the finale of cut of the League of last April 23.
Hearing by the National council of the ethics (CNE) of the Marseilles players Taye Taiwo and Stephan Mbia following their behavior at the conclusion of the finale of the Cut of the League was deferred to May 12. This carryforward also relates to the hearing of the Inhabitant of Lille Aurélien Chedjou who, like the two Marseillais, was initially to be heard this Thursday by the CNE. Only striker of the finale of the Cut of the League, Taiwo had celebrated Marseilles success vis-a-vis Montpellier (1-0) by entonnant with the microphone a hostile song in Paris SG, historical rival of the OM.
The minister of sport Chantal Jouanno considered to be Thursday “unimaginable” that the French authorities of football could set up “semi-official discriminatory quotas”, like shows Mediapart of it, and invited the sporting leaders “to make all the light on (these) allegations”. “It is unimaginable because it is contrary with the history and the spirit of the French federation of foot, it is especially contrary with the law and to the Constitution”, the minister reacted, questioned by the chain LCI.De more, it continued, “it is basically contrary with the spirit of the sport because in the sport, the only selection which is worth they are sporting qualities of the players on the one hand, and especially on the other hand their ethics and their respect of the shirt. It is not depend on the origins, of the skin color”
The National council of Ethics will audition Taye Taiwo and Stephan Mbia (Marseilles) on May 5 following their behavior at the conclusion of the finale of the Cut of the League. Mbia, present on the images not far from Taiwo at the time when he sang, is convened for “its participation”.
For Laurent Davenas, the president of the National council of Ethics, the insults held by Taye Taïwo with respect to the PSG after the victory of the OM against Montpellier “are completely irresponsible”. It recommends one or more matches suspensions as well as a financial sanction against Taïwo. “I would like to convene it quickly