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June 4, 2016

Fifa headquarters raided by Swiss authorities

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Saturday, June 4, 2016

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FIFA Headquarter in Zürich in 2009.
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On Thursday, Swiss officials carried out a surprise search of Fédération Internationale de Football Association’s headquarters in Zürich, Switzerland. The raid was conducted as a part of the investigation into corruption regarding the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup bids.

The raid was conducted by the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) of Switzerland with the aim of “confirming existing findings and obtaining further information”, according to a statement.

Since the seized documents and electronic data were examined reports have since linked FIFA with giving secret pay rises to high-ranking former FIFA officials Sepp Blatter, Jerome Valcke and Markus Kattner, totaling 79 million Swiss francs (£55 million).

Bill Burck of the United States law firm, Quinn Emanuel, stated “The evidence appears to reveal a coordinated effort by three former top officials of FIFA to enrich themselves through annual salary increases, World Cup bonuses and other incentives totaling more than 79m Swiss francs in just the last five years.”

The evidence presented by FIFA lawyers will be handed to Swiss federal prosecutors and the US justice department for their ongoing investigations into the financial scandal.

This was the second search relating to FIFA officials this year, as Swiss police raided Union of European Football Associations’ headquarters in Nyon in early April following the outbreak of the Panama Papers. The previous search linking the current FIFA president, Gianni Infantino, with two businessmen who have since been associated with the corruption scandal. Infantino has denied all allegations of wrongdoing in regards to the seized documents and no action has been taken against him as yet.



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May 25, 2016

Arsenal signs Granit Xhaka

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Arsenal signs Granit Xhaka

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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Today, London-based football club Arsenal signed 23-year-old Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka from German club Borussia Mönchengladbach. The Swiss international has made 41 appearances and joined the German side in 2012 from his childhood club FC Basel.

Xhaka said, “I cannot wait to move to London, represent this special club and play in the Premier League.” Xhaka made 108 Bundesliga appearences and 141 caps for The Borussians. Swiss midfielder captained Mönchengladbach last season when their side came fourth in the league table and qualified for the UEFA Champions League. He won two Swiss Super League titles with Basel.

Xhaka’s has passed his medical tests and he will be joining The Gunners after Euro 2016 tournament with his contract affecting from July 1st. Arsène Wenger said “Granit Xhaka is an exciting young player, already with good Champions League and Bundesliga experience.” His transfer fee is not yet disclosed.


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Arsenal signs Mönchengladbach captain Granit Xhaka

Arsenal signs Mönchengladbach captain Granit Xhaka

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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Today, London-based football club Arsenal announced signing 23-year-old Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka from German club Borussia Mönchengladbach. The Swiss international has made 41 appearances for Switzerland and joined the German side from FC Basel, his childhood club, in 2012.

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Cquote1.svg I cannot wait to move to London, represent this special club and play in the Premier League. Cquote2.svg

—Granit Xhaka

Xhaka said, “I cannot wait to move to London, represent this special club and play in the Premier League.” Xhaka made about 140 appearances for Borussia. He captained Mönchengladbach last season when their side came fourth in the league table and qualified for the UEFA Champions League. He won two Swiss Super League titles with Basel.

Xhaka has passed his medical tests and is to join The Gunners after the Euro 2016 tournament with his contract in force from July 1. “Granit Xhaka is an exciting young player,” said Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger, “already with good Champions League and Bundesliga experience.” Borussia’s sporting director Max Eberl said, “We’re losing a very, very good player, but the agreed transfer fee provides us with the opportunity to make sensible additions to our squad”((de)).

Xhaka’s transfer fee was not disclosed.



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May 19, 2016

Sevilla wins third consecutive Europa League title, beating Liverpool 3-1

Sevilla wins third consecutive Europa League title, beating Liverpool 3-1

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Thursday, May 19, 2016

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Yesterday, Spanish football club Sevilla FC defeated English football club Liverpool F.C. in the 2016 UEFA Europa League Final at St. Jakob-Park in Basel, Switzerland. In doing so, Sevilla defended their title and claimed their third consecutive title under manager Unai Emery. Sevilla have lifted the trophy five times — in 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

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Cquote1.svg It was obvious the first goal of Sevilla had a big influence on our own game. In this moment we lost faith in our style of play. Cquote2.svg

—Jürgen Klopp, Liverpool F.C. manager

Liverpool started the brighter of the two teams in the opening half. For the match overall they had 72% ball possession and had six shots on target. But The Reds committed nineteen fouls in the match while the Spanish side committed just nine. Sevilla’s goalkeeper David Soria kept Liverpool at bay as he saved shots from Liverpool’s Emre Can shortly before the ten-minute mark. Sevilla defender Daniel Carriço cleared a goal-bound effort off the line from Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge. Sturridge tested Soria a while later, but the goalkeeper blocked successfully. In the 35th minute Sturridge collected a pass from Brazillian Philippe Coutinho and curled the ball with the outside of his left foot to give Liverpool the lead. Liverpool had a chance to extend their lead before the half-time break through Adam Lallana, but Sevilla defender Daniel Carriço blocked his attempt. Liverpool ended the first-half with a 1–0 lead.

Sevilla’s Kevin Gameiro levelled the score in the 46th minute from Mariano Ferreira‘s cross. Sevilla took the lead in the 64th minute through their captain, Coke, who shot beyond Liverpool’s goalkeeper Simon Mignolet to score. Six minutes later Sevilla extended their lead when Coke pounced on a loose ball in the box to ensure Sevilla claimed their third consecutive UEFA Europa League title.

After the match, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp in a press conference said “It was obvious the first goal of Sevilla had a big influence on our own game. In this moment we lost faith in our style of play. We changed from passing simply and quickly to complicated. We lost our formation, so it was not compact anymore”.




May 18, 2016
20:45 local time (18:45 UTC)
Liverpool F.C. 1–3 Sevilla FC St. Jakob-Park, Basel, Switzerland
Attendance: 34,429
Referee: Flag of Sweden.svg Jonas Eriksson (Sweden)
Daniel Sturidge Scored after 35 minutes 35′
Dejan Lovren Booked after 30 minutes 30′
Martin Škrtel Booked after 70 minutes 70′
Divock Origi Booked after 72 minutes 72′
Nathaniel Clyne Booked after 90 + 4 minutes 90 + 4′
(1–0) HT Kevin Gamiero Scored after 46 minutes 46′
Coke Scored after 64, 70 minutes 64, 70′
Vitolo Booked after 56 minutes 56′
Éver Banega Booked after 57 minutes 57′
Adil Rami Booked after 77 minutes 77′
Mariano Ferreira Booked after 84 minutes 84′

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May 18, 2016

Sevilla win third successive UEFA Europa League title after beating Liverpool in Basel

Sevilla win third successive UEFA Europa League title after beating Liverpool in Basel

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Yesterday, Spanish football club Sevilla FC defeated English football club Liverpool F.C. in the 2016 UEFA Europa League Final at St. Jakob-Park in Basel, Switzerland. In doing so, Sevilla defended their title and claimed their third consecutive title under manager Unai Emery. Sevilla became first club in the tournament history to lift the trophy five times—in 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

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Cquote1.svg It was obvious the first goal of Sevilla had a big influence on our own game. In this moment we lost faith in our style of play. We changed from passing simply and quickly to complicated. We lost our formation, so it was not compact anymore. Cquote2.svg

—Jürgen Klopp

Sevilla appeared in their third successive final while Liverpool made their first appearance for nine years. Liverpool started the brighter of the two teams in the opening half. Merseyside had 72% ball possession and had six shots on target. But, The Reds committed nineteen fouls in the match while the Spanish side committed just nine. Sevilla’s goalkeeper David Soria kept Liverpool at bay as he saved shots from Liverpool’s Emre Can shortly before the ten-minute mark. Sevilla were thankful that defender Daniel Carriço was on hand to decisively clear a goal-bound effort off the line from Liverpool striker, Daniel Sturridge. Sturridge tested Soria a while later, but the goalkeeper was equal to the shot and blocked successfully. Soria could do nothing to deny Sturridge. In the 35th minute when he collected a pass from Brazillian Philippe Coutinho and curled the ball with the outside of his left foot to give Liverpool the lead. Liverpool had a chance to extend their lead before the half-time break through Adam Lallana, but Sevilla defender Daniel Carriço blocked his attempt. Liverpool ended the first-half with a 1–0 lead.

Sevilla looked to bounce back in the second-half and they did not have to wait long as Kevin Gameiro levelled the score in the 46th minute from Mariano Ferreira‘s cross. Sevilla took the lead in the 64th minute through captain, Coke, who shot beyond Liverpool’s goalkeeper Simon Mignolet to score. Six minutes later Sevilla extended their lead when Coke pounced on a loose ball in the box to ensure Sevilla claimed an unprecedented fifth overall and third consecutive UEFA Europa League title.

After the match, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp in a press conference said “It was obvious the first goal of Sevilla had a big influence on our own game. In this moment we lost faith in our style of play. We changed from passing simply and quickly to complicated. We lost our formation, so it was not compact anymore”.




May 18, 2016
20:45 CET (UTC+01:00)
Liverpool F.C. 1–3 Sevilla FC St.Jakob-Park, Basel, Switzerland
Attendance: 34,429
Referee: Flag of Sweden.svg Jonas Eriksson (Sweden)
Daniel Sturidge Scored after 35 minutes 35′
Dejan Lovren Booked after 29 minutes 29′
Divock Orig Booked after 72 minutes 72′
Nathaniel Clyne Booked after 90 + 4 minutes 90 + 4′
(1–0) HT Kevin Gamiero Scored after 46 minutes 46′
Coke Scored after 64, 70 minutes 64, 70′
Vitolo Booked after 56 minutes 56′
Éver Banega Booked after 57 minutes 57′
Adil Rami Booked after 77 minutes 77′
Mariano Ferreira Booked after 83 minutes 83′

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January 14, 2016

Luis Enrique wins 2015 FIFA World Coach of the Year

Luis Enrique wins 2015 FIFA World Coach of the Year

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On Monday, Luis Enrique won the 2015 FIFA World Coach of the Year in Zürich, Switzerland.

In his first year as manager of FC Barcelona, Enrique won five trophies, including the 2015 FIFA Club World Cup. The other finalists were Pep Guardiola, a former Barcelona coach and current manager of the German giants Bayern Munich, and Argentine Jorge Sampaoli, the coach of Chile’s national football team.

Cquote1.svg The staff, the president, the board, the fans and our players. This is an incredible dream team that has pushed us forward. Cquote2.svg

—Robert Fernandez (On Luis Enrique’s behalf)

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Guardiola led Bayern to the Bundesliga title and under Sampoli, Chile won their first ever-Copa América, defeating Argentina 4–1 on penalties. Enrique won La Liga, the Copa del Rey, the UEFA Champions League — just the second time the club has won that treble — the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup. Barcelona also defeated their arch-rivals Real Madrid 4–0 in November.

Barcelona technical secretary Robert Fernandez attended the ceremony and collected the award on behalf of Enrique, who did not attend the function. Fernandez said “It must have been a very difficult choice because the other candidates [are of] very, very high quality,”. He also added that Enrique wanted to share the award with all those people who “who have supported him in difficult times and good times. The staff, the president, the board, the fans and our players. This is an incredible dream team that has pushed us forward.”

Earlier in the ceremony, Jill Ellis, who coached the United States’s women’s football team to win the World Cup, was announced as the FIFA Football Women’s Coach of the year.



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January 12, 2016

…And the 2015 FIFA Ballon d\’Or goes to Lionel Messi

…And the 2015 FIFA Ballon d’Or goes to Lionel Messi

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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

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Lionel Messi with Carli Lloyd at the FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala yesterday.
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Yesterday, Argentina and FC Barcelona star Lionel Messi won the 2015 FIFA Ballon d’Or in the FIFA event, hosted in Zürich, Switzerland. Ballon d’Or is an annual award to the best player of the year via voting.

Messi along with his Barcelona teammate Neymar and Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo were short listed by FIFA back in November. Having won five major trophies in the 2015 calendar year, which included the 2015 FIFA Club World Cup in December in Japan against an Argentine club River Plate in which he scored the first goal, Messi won 41.33% votes in the Gala.

Previous years’ winner Ronaldo secured 27.76% of votes, and Messi’s teammate Neymar won 7.86%. 2007 Ballon d’Or winner and former Brazilian player Kaká announced the winner of the Gala. Messi made 61 appearances for his club and the country in 2015, and scored 52 goals. He also provided 26 assists. With these stats, he also scored in each of the six tournaments.

In the ceremony, Messi said “It’s a very special moment for me to be back here on this stage, winning again another Ballon d’Or after seeing Cristiano win it…” “It’s incredible that it’s my fifth. Much more than anything I would have dreamed of as a kid.”((es))

Messi previously won the La Liga best player of the year and UEFA Best Player in Europe Award with 49 votes out of 54, leaving behind his teammate Luis Suárez and Ronaldo who got three and two votes respectively. He also gathered a silver medal in the 2015 Copa América when Argentina lost to the hosts Chile over penalties.

Messi previously won the award for four consecutive years from 2009 to 2012. Ronaldo and Messi have won the trophy for the past eight years and Neymar became the first Brazilian to be in the top three after 2007, when Kaká won in ahead of Ronaldo and Messi.

Messi had voted for his teammates Neymar, Suárez, and Andrés Iniesta; Neymar voting for Messi, Suárez, and Ivan Rakitić. Neymar at the ceremony said “It is a dream for me to be here, it’s a victory”.

Cquote1.svg It’s incredible that it’s my fifth. Much more than anything I would have dreamed of as a kid.((es))
—Lionel Messi
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FIFA Ballon d\’Or 2015 goes to Lionel Messi

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Yesterday, Argentina and FC Barcelona football star Lionel Messi won the 2015 FIFA Ballon d’Or in the FIFA event, hosted in Zürich, Switzerland. The Ballon d’Or is an annual award given to the player voted to be the best of the year.

Cquote1.svg It’s incredible that it’s my fifth. Much more than anything I would have dreamed of as a kid.((es)) Cquote2.svg

—Lionel Messi

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Lionel Messi with Carli Lloyd at the FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala yesterday.
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Messi along with his Barcelona teammate Neymar and Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo were shortlisted by FIFA back in November. Having won five major trophies in the 2015 calendar year, which included the 2015 FIFA Club World Cup in December in Japan against Argentine club River Plate in which he scored the first goal, Messi won 41.33% of the votes.

Winner in previous years Ronaldo secured 27.76% of the votes, and Messi’s teammate Neymar won 7.86%. 2007 Ballon d’Or winner and Brazilian player Kaká announced the winner of the Gala. Messi played 61 games in 2015, and scored 52 goals. He also provided 26 assists. He also scored in each of the six tournaments.

At the ceremony, Messi said “It’s a very special moment for me, after watching as Cristiano Ronaldo won for two years. It’s incredible that it’s my fifth. Much more than anything I would have dreamed of as a kid.”((es))

Messi previously won the La Liga best player of the year; and UEFA Best Player in Europe Award with 49 votes out of 54, leaving behind his teammate Luis Suárez and Ronaldo who got three and two votes respectively. He also won a silver medal in the 2015 Copa América when Argentina lost to the hosts Chile on penalties.

Messi previously won the award for four consecutive years from 2009 to 2012. Ronaldo and Messi between them have won the trophy for the past eight years. Neymar this year became the first top-three Brazilian since Kaká‘s 2007 win.

Messi voted for his teammates Neymar, Suárez, and Andrés Iniesta; Neymar voted for Messi, Suárez, and Ivan Rakitić. Neymar at the ceremony said “It is a dream for me to be here, it’s a victory”.



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January 11, 2016

Luis Enrique wins 2015 FIFA Football Coach of the Year

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Today, Luis Enrique won the 2015 FIFA FIFA World Coach of the Year in Zürich, Switzerland.

Enrique, the manager of current FIFA Club World Cup winners FC Barcelona won five trophies in 2015 calendar year, with a successful treble in his first year as the manager. He won the award ahead of former Barcelona coach and current manager of the German giants Bayern Munich Pep Guardiola and Argentine Jorge Sampaoli, the coach of Chile’s national football team.

Guardiola lead Bayern to the Bundesliga title and under Sampoli, Chile won their first ever Copa América, defeating Argentina 4–1 on penalties.

Barcelona technical secretary Robert Fernandez attended the ceremony and collected the award on the behalf of Enrique, who did not attend the function. Fernandez said “It must have been a very difficult choice because the other candidates very, very high quality,”. He also added that Luis wanted to share the award with all those people who supported him in the difficult and good times.

Enrique won the La Liga, Copa del Rey, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and recently, the FIFA Club World Cup hosted in Japan in the first year. Fernandez also added “The staff, the president, the board, the fans and our players. This is an incredible dream team that has pushed us forward.” Not only with the trophies, Enrique’s Barcelona defeated their arch rivals Real Madrid 4–0 in the El Clásico earlier in November.

Earlier in the ceremony, Jill Ellis, coach of the United States’s women’s football team won the FIFA Football Women’s Coach of the year for winning the World Cup.

Cquote1.svg The staff, the president, the board, the fans and our players. This is an incredible dream team that has pushed us forward.
—Robert Fernandez (On Luis Enrique’s behalf)
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FIFA FIFPro XI Award 2015 announced

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Today, FIFA announced the 2015 FIFA FIFPro World XI in Zürich, Switzerland. FIFPro World XI is a team which 26,478 players across 68 countries vote for a perfect dream team.

The FIFPro or the team of the year had eight players from Spanish La Liga. Four from both FC Barcelona, the current FIFA Club World Cup champions and their arch rivals Real Madrid. A total of four players with Brazilian nationality were included.

The FIFPro featured the 2014 FIFA World Cup winner Manuel Neuer, who plays for the German club Bayern Munich as the goalkeeper. The three forwards were the two Ballon d’Or finalists Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar, and of course the Ballon d’Or winner and Barça star Lionel Messi.

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique won the FIFA World Coach of the Year. Netherlands’ assistant manager, Marco van Basten, who won the Ballon d’Or thrice said “I think if you have a team with all these champions, as a coach it’s good to be quiet! Wish them good luck and enjoy themselves. They’re all winners, they know exactly what to do.”

For last six years, FIFPro XI featured 47 La Liga players and seven Bundesliga players out of 66.

Cquote1.svg I think if you have a team with all these champions, as a coach it’s good to be quiet! Wish them good luck and enjoy themselves. They’re all winners, they know exactly what to do.”
—Marco van Basten
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Manuel Neuer
Image: Michael Kranewitter.

Thiago Silva
Image: Christophe Pelletier.

Marcelo
Image: Богдан Заяц.

Sergio Ramos
Image: Дмитрий Неймырок.

Dani Alves
Image: Олег Дубина.

Andrés Iniesta
Image: Clément Bucco-Lechat.

Luka Modrić
Image: Fanny Schertzer.

Paul Pogba
Image: Catherine Kõrtsmik.

Neymar
Image: Tânia Rêgo/ABr.

Cristiano Ronaldo
Image: Fanny Schertzer.

Lionel Messi
Image: Олег Дубина.

Goalkeeper GER Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich)
Defenders BRA Thiago Silva (Paris SG)
BRA Marcelo (Real Mardid)
ESP Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid)
BRA Dani Alves (FC Barcelona)
Midfielders ESP Andrés Iniesta (FC Barcelona)
Luka Modrić (Real Madrid)
Paul Pogba (Juventus FC)
Forwards BRA Neymar (FC Barcelona)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona)




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