Sulley Muntari’s Suspension Quashed, He’ll Be In Action Tomorrow

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Sulley Muntari has been a topic after Cagliari Calcio fans subjected him to racial abuse chants when Sulley was playing for his team Pescara Calcio against and that caused the midfielder to infamously walk off from the pitch before the match ended.

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Fifa Bans Mali Due To Government Interference In The Malian FA

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Malian national team

World football’s governing body Fifa has banned Mali from international football for government interference in the running of football in the country.

Fifa announced the decision Friday – blocking the country from competing in any Fifa organised competition until the issues plaguing the country are resolved.

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This Man Caused Valentine’s Day To Be Banned In Pakistan By Court With An Interesting Reason

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Abdul Waheed

It’s been hours into Valentine’s Day and the skies are well flavoured with the fragrance of love everywhere BUT certainly not in Pakistan.

This special day for love celebration is rooted in an ancient Roman festival which has been passed as folklore to every generation with its true meaning being misconstrued in each time.

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The day which started on the religious myth of an agape love has rapidly metamorphosed into a romantic love affair, where couple share or show their love in open space, even with those who are not married.

Abdul Waheed by his Muslim virtues can not stand the sight of this in Pakistan. He took his plight to the court and he has won the case for the celebrations to banned in Pakistan.

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Jose Mourinho Fined And Handed One-Match Touchline Ban

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blankManchester United manager Jose Mourinho is not one to shy away from controversies and it keeps landing him into various troubles with the English Football Association. Mourinho has been handed a one-match touchline ban and fined £50,000 by the Football Association for two separate incidents involving referees.
The first charge refers to Mourinho’s disparaging comments regarding the assignment of referee Anthony Taylor to officiate the team’s 0-0 draw against Liverpool in October.

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