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Morocco And Spain To Place Joint Bid For 2030 FIFA World Cup

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Morocco And Spain To Place Joint Bid For 2030 FIFA World Cup

Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez says Spain and Morocco are discussing the possibility of placing a joint bid for the 2030 FIFA world cup.

The Spanish Premier has already held talks with Morocco’s King Mohammed the sixth about the same. If the bid were to be successful, it would present the possibility of one of the most interesting world cup showdowns ever.

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According to the Spanish Prime Minister, the bid would involve Portugal as well. The first joint hosting of the world cup was in 2002. The tournament was hosted by Japan and South Korea, for the first time in Asia.

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This will not be the first joint hosting bid by three countries. The 2026 FIFA world cup will be jointly hosted by the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

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CAF Dismiss Gambian Federation Appeal Over Oloufade’s Eligibility

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CAF Dismiss Gambian Federation Appeal Over Oloufade's Eligibility

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) dismissed the Gambia Football Federation’s (GFF) appeal over the eligibility of Togo defender Adewale Oloufade and upheld the original decision of its disciplinary board.

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CAF had dismissed the GFF’S first protest which claimed the player, also known as James, is Nigerian and does not meet the necessary criteria to play for Togo.

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Lagos Court Issues Bench Warrant Against Jay Jay Okocha

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Lagos Court Issues Bench Warrant Against Jay Jay Okocha

Lagos division of the Lagos State High Court in Igbosere has issued a bench warrant for the arrest of former Super Eagles star, Austin Okocha, over tax evasion charges.

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Jay Jay Okocha as he is popularly known has allegedly failed to appear before the court to answer why he allegedly failed to pay his income taxes.

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Justice Adedayo Akintoye issued the warrant for the arrest of the former Eagles captain on January 29 and thereafter adjourned until February 19.

The football star is facing a three-count charge instituted by the Lagos State Ministry of Justice bordering on failure to furnish his income returns and nonpayment of tax.

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FIFA Bans Chelsea From Signing New Players For Two Windows, Gives Three Days To Appeal

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FIFA Bans Chelsea From Signing New Players, Gives Three Days To Appeal

Chelsea have been banned by FIFA from signing players for two transfer windows after being found guilty of breaching rules in signing youth players.

FIFA announced that the premier league club were found guilty of 29 incidences of breaching article 19, which relates to the transfer of players aged under 18.

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Chelsea have also been fined more than £460,000, while the FA face a £390,000 sanction. The FA will appeal the fine, citing “concerns” with FIFA’s disciplinary processes. It comes following a FIFA investigation into Chelsea’s signing of foreign under-18 players, including former striker Bertrand Traore.

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The ban which is to last until the end of January 2020, does not prevent Chelsea from releasing players does not apply to their women’s and futsal teams. According to reports, the transfer of Christian Pulisic from Borussia Dortmund to Chelsea is most likely not affected as the player was registered in FIFA’s Transfer Matching System (TMS) in January.

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