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Prosecutors look at perjury proceedings against Capello

Monday 31 March 2008

Prosecutors intend to open proceedings against England manager Fabio Capello for perjury in a case stemming from the Italian match-fixing scandal.

Vogts named coach of Azerbaijan

Monday 31 March 2008

Former Germany trainer Berti Vogts has been named as the new coach of the Azerbaijan national team to take the side to the 2010 World Cup, according to reports on Sunday.

Terry snubbed as Ferdinand gets Captain's armband

Tuesday 25 March 2008

Fabio Capello has appointed Rio Ferdinand as England's captain for Wednesday's friendly with France in Paris, overlooking John Terry's claims to be restored to the role he occupied for most of the unsuccessful Euro 2008 qualifying campaign.

2010 Organising Committee IT Manager suspended

Tuesday 25 March 2008

The IT Manager of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee South Africa (OC), Mr Zakes Mnisi, has been suspended pending the outcome of a disciplinary enquiry into alleged irregularities.

Costs rise for 2010 World Cup as SA hold security excercise

Tuesday 18 March 2008

The South African government will spend more than 30 billion rands (US$3.7 billion, 2.4 billion) on the 2010 World Cup, partly due to escalating stadium construction costs, according to an official report Tuesday.

Top 2010 Official resigns

Thursday 13 March 2008

A top South African official responsible for co-ordinating government responsibilities towards hosting the 2010 FIFA World Cup has resigned, a statement said Thursday.

120 000 World Cup tickets to be given away

Friday 7 March 2008

Around 120,000 of the lowest-priced tickets for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa will be given away to allow people from the country's lower classes to watch, organisers announced Friday.

World Cup organisers insist Port Elizabeth will be ready

Friday 7 March 2008

Despite facing a FIFA deadline next month and disgruntled workers occupying the stadium, the organisers of South Africa's 2010 World Cup insist the Nelson Mandela Stadium - a semi-final venue - will be ready in time.

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