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England to lose sponsor after World cup

Wednesday 30 November 2005

England's soccer team is losing one its five sponsors after next year's World Cup. Nationwide, a British financial institution, said Tuesday it will end its six-year sponsorship deal with the English Football Association after the World cup in Germany.

Beckham defends World cup bonuses

Tuesday 29 November 2005

David Beckham says the bonuses England players stand to receive at the 2006 World Cup are justified. It has been reported that players stand to earn up to 300,000 each should they win the tournament. Beckham says the figure is not that high.

German police practice for World cup

Monday 28 November 2005

Over 900 volunteers packed into Berlin's Olympic Stadium on Saturday, to help the police and emergency services practise crowd control and evacuation techniques ahead of the 2006 football World Cup.

Owen and Ronaldinho sign for MSN World Cup coverage

Monday 28 November 2005

Newcastle centre forward Michael Owen is among five world-class footballers signed up by MSN to provide exclusive content in the run up to the World Cup next year in Germany.

Best passes away

Saturday 26 November 2005

George Best, whose flamboyant life took him from the heights of sporting success at Manchester United to the depths of alcoholism, died on Friday aged 59. The Northern Irishman, widely regarded as the only British footballer in the same league as Pele, Diego Maradona and Johan Cruyff, died in the London hospital where he had spent the final two months of his life,

EU looks at FIFA over World cup ticket sales

Thursday 24 November 2005

The European Union is pursuing talks with FIFA following claims the world soccer federation is abusing its monopoly on tickets sales for the World Cup.

Man U lose Vodafone deal

Wednesday 23 November 2005

Mobile phone giant Vodafone, which has sponsored Manchester United since 2000, is ending a four-year shirt deal with the Premier League club. The latest deal, worth about 9m ($15.5m) a year, began only last season and will now end in May 2006.

2010 World cup progressing well

Wednesday 23 November 2005

FIFA president Sepp Blatter gave South Africa's preparations for the 2010 World Cup his backing on Tuesday and dismissed concerns over public transport problems. "South Africa is progressing well. We are working hand in hand with the South African Football Association and the now-founded organising committee

Brazil to warm up for World cup in Switzerland

Wednesday 23 November 2005

Brazil will be based at a luxury lakeside hotel in Switzerland in the run-up to next year's World Cup finals in Germany, the Brazilian Football Confederation have said.

FIFA buys South Africa new HQ for 2010 World cup

Wednesday 23 November 2005

Fifa boss Sepp Blatter unveiled the first 2010 Soccer World Cup-related construction project when plans to build plush multimillion-rand offices for the South African Football Association (Safa) were announced.

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