football official

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an official who enforces the rules at a football game

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Cole, who has been arevelation since joining City from Fulham in the summer, has been approached by the African country's football officials and is happy to discuss their proposition on November 9The 34-year-old former England international said: "I'm really interested in what Ghana have to say and I am looking forward to meeting them to talk about the job.
An African football official said Sunday he was unaware that deadly shelling had struck near a ground in Sudan's war-torn South Kordofan being readied for a regional tournament.
A law enforcement officer confirmed earlier that the football official and the 20-year-old student, M.
Prosecution sources confirmed to Gulf News that the football official and M.
Long-serving football official Raymond Pickersgill has died suddenly, aged 72.
Christal, a football official for 20 years, is officiating at his second bowl game.
Masoud's comments on Friday came a day after an Argentine football official was quoted saying Maradona was a leading candidate to take over as Iraq coach, the paper added.
The tournament had been scrapped after bombings and the kidnap of a Colombian football official last month.
TOP English football official Adam Crozier has given cautious backing to plans for a proposed European League involving Celtic and Rangers.
A FOOTBALL official is in deep doo-doo - after sending a box of cow dung to players from a rival team.
RIYADH: A Saudi football official who hinted at "dirty tricks" in the kingdom's top league has been banned for one year, the Saudi Press Agency reported late on Tuesday.
GENEVA, Feb 17 (KUNA) -- The adjudicatory chamber of the Ethics Committee chaired by Jack Kariko has imposed a sanction of a warning and fine on football official Franz Beckenbauer.
According to the BBC, the remit from Garcia, whose recommendations on the 2018 and 2022 World Cup are due next month, includes looking into allegations that Qatari football official Mohamed Bin Hammam made payments amounting to 3 million pounds to football officials in return for their support for the Qatar bid, as is revealed by in a Sunday Times investigation.
The organisers also reiterated that Qatari football official Mohamed Bin Hammam - the man who is alleged to have paid officials in return for votes - was not a member of the bid-team, although acknowledged that he sometimes "crossed paths with influential Qatari citizens".
Peter Goldsmith, a member of FIFA's Independent Governance Committee, became the latest international football official to say that the decision to hold the event in Qatar must be revoked if corruption is proved.