A chief executive of a Swiss hospitality and ticketing company was arrested on July 7 for his alleged involvement in World Cup ticket scalping.
Jul 9 2014, 2:01am CDT
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FIFA suspended Uruguay forward Luis Suarez nine games for biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini on June 24 in Uruguay's 1-0 win.
Jun 26 2014, 9:00pm CDT
Twitter’s stock has suffered this year and management will be keen to boost investor sentiment by giving some insights into the company’s future growth. We expect that the active user base growth would have picked up in the second quarter owing to FIFA World Cup 2014. This effect will trickle down to the third quarter as well, but may subsi ...
Full article at: Forbes
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The Fifa just announced the decision on the Luis Suarez biting incident in the game between Italy and Uruguay.
Jun 26 2014, 9:04am CDT
United States national team star sees decision as sign of disrespect to women's soccer.
Megan Rapinoe has spent most of this NWSL season attempting to come back from various injuries. Those efforts may not have been hampered by the fact that the Seattle Reign play and train on artificial turf, but she hardly thinks it has helped, either. Like virtually ever soccer player on earth, the United States midfielder is convinced ...
Full article at: SBNation
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Well, just in case you didn’t know (and we didn’t either), El DeBarge and Pebbles hooked up back in the day and had a son. The thing is both of them aren’t claiming him. Which brings us to now. Apparently, Sabastian ‘Tian’ McKissack, the pair’s alleged offspring, is apparently making himself and his association with his folks known to the public with a book he’s writing.
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Full article at: Bossip.com
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A plane carrying the team of Spain which was on its return journey from the World Cup underwent an incident in which it came face to face with lightning.
Jun 25 2014, 9:30am CDT
Source: BBC Sport
Fifa is looking into claims a Manchester City player was racially abused and that an Italian official made racist com ...
Full article at: BBC Sport
6 hours ago
Source: MLSnet - Major League Soccer
After his strong performance as an official at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, American referee Mark Geiger will call his first MLS game since his exploits in Brazil on Wednesday night, taking charge of the nationally televised Real Salt Lake-New York Red Bulls tilt at Rio Tin ...
Full article at: MLSnet - Major League Soccer
9 hours ago
World Cup fans are the most fanatical of them all -- beating out those of other sports such as hockey, golf and basketball -- according to The Los Angeles Times.
Jun 23 2014, 1:06am CDT