A Fifa executive meeting that had been scheduled for Friday, viagra 60mg http://dangerdame.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/quiz.php minutes after the world governing body confirmed dates for the 2022 Qatar World cup was ‘forcibly’ cancelled after football’s most powerful leader was subjected to interrogations and his office searched by Swiss authorities.
“Today, order at the Home of FIFA, representatives from the Office of the Swiss Attorney General conducted interviews and gathered documents pursuant to its investigation. FIFA facilitated these interviews as part of our ongoing cooperation.
We will have no further comment on the matter as it is an active investigation,” a statement from Fifa media read in regard to the issue.
Scandals around the long serving Fifa president keep widening at a seemingly relentless pace.
The authorities are interested in two transactions; one involving Blatter and the other involves UEFA boss Michel Platini. According to information the authorities searched, and seized data from Blatters office at the headquarters of FIFA.
The criminal cases against the embattled president continue to reveal the rot in the football body and their accomplices.
The Saints Football Club has acquired the services of former KCCA FC and Tanzania’s Azam FC tactician George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe as the team’s new headcoach.
Prior to his arrival at the coffee spirit sponsored side, decease http://clubmedics.com/wp-includes/rest-api.php Nsiimbe was club-less after being relieved off his duties by Tanzanian ice-cream makers, approved Azam Fc.
He takes up a team that has not won any match this season sitting in the red zone with only two draws from five games.
The Saints Fc chairman, order Johnson Musinguzi had announced parting ways with the whole technical team that comprised headcoach Haruna Keba his assistant Mark Twinamatsiko and CEO Ahmed Kongola.
Nsiimbe won two consecutive league titles with KCCA FC during 2012/13 and 2013/2014 season before leaving for Azam where he acted as vice to Cameroonian Joseph Omog. The Ugandan took over Azam around March 2015
leading the team to second place and subsequent qualification to next year’s Caf Confederation’s cup.
His next immediate task is a short trip to Luzira to face Maroons fc on Tuesday.
Saints next five games:
Maroons FC vs. The Saints FC
URA FC Vs. The Saints FC
The Saints FC Vs. SC Victoria University
The Saints FC vs. Simba FC
BUL FC Vs. The Saints FC