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Kattner latest sacking in never-ending FIFA fall-out

By Keir Radnedge
ZURICH, May 24, 2016 - Yet another head has fallen from the derided old FIFA 'inner circle' with the sacking of Markus Kattner, the finance director who has been interim secretary-general since last summer.   Kattner, 45-year-old German, joined the world football federation in 2003 from business consultancy corporation McKinsey in the restructuring which followed the near-financial catastrophe of the collapse of commercial agent ISL and broadcast partner Kirch.   He remained largely out of the headlines and in the public shadow ...


AIPS Executive Committee member Mohamed Al Malki appointed head of AIPS Asia Advisory Committee

By AIPS Asia
MANAMA, May 23, 2016 - The Asian Sports Press Association AIPS Asia has assigned Qatari veteran Mr. Mohammad Al Malki as Head of the Advisory Committee. As one of the most important operating committees within the body of the continental association, the choice of Al Malki came due to his long experience in sports media, his broad and extensive relationships with various parties and media associations and his administrative capabilities. Al Malki currently serves as the vice president of AIPS Asia in which he has significantly contributed to the sports media in Qatar, the Gulf region, ...
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Oldest Olympic champion Sándor Tarics passes away

By Mattew Watson-Broughton
BUDAPEST, May 23, 2016 - Hungarian water polo is mourning its longest shining light after Sándor Tarics, member of the Hungary squad which won the 1936 Berlin water polo gold medal and the oldest surviving Olympic champion, passed away at the age of 101.Hungarian Water Polo Association President Dr Dénes Kemény spoke of the deep pain he felt on hearing the news and on behalf of the water polo world he offered his condolences to Tarics' family: "We are proud that a Hungarian water polo player was the oldest Olympic champion, a person everyone and respected and loved. I ...


Djibouti women's Army team wins national soccer league

By Shafi'i Mohyaddin Abokar
DJIBOUTI, May 24, 2016 - Djiboutian Armed Forces women’s football Club (FAD) has been crowned national champions for the second year in a row during a ceremony held at the National Technical centre on Sunday.FAD FC trashed Cheik Moussa FC 4-0 in their last match which attracted thousands of spectators although their league title was already confirmed last week when they thrashed the National police team 3-0. Most of the girls who represented Djibouti in the 2015 Pan Arab women’s youth football tournament in Doha and made Djibouti’s first major international approach when they lost 1-0 to Lebanon ...
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