NEWS:FIFA Makes New Moves To Change It’s Nationality Rules. Read Full Story Here>>>>>>>

FIFA is considering changing the rules that govern a player’s eligibility to represent a national team, BBC Sport reports.

At present, players who have played a competitive international for one team cannot switch to another national side.

Cape Verde’s football federation has proposed this rule be relaxed in cases where a player has played only once or twice for a national side.

“There are so many issues that have popped up,” said FIFA’s Victor Montagliani. “The world is changing.”

“Immigration is changing. There are nationality issues that pop up all over the world – in Africa, (and) there are issues in Asia and CONCACAF.

“So it’s a good time to have a look at this and see if there are solutions without hurting the integrity of the game.”

The Canadian, who heads up FIFA’s stakeholders’ committee, is president of CONCACAF, which represents North and Central America as well as the Caribbean federation.


NEWS:2016 Ballon d’Or winner ‘leaked’, but is it Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? GUESS WHO

The winner of this year’s Ballon d’Or has already been revealed, according to reports in Spain.


Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo apparently have the inside scoop and already know who will be crowned the world’s best player.

In news that will surprise few, if any, Cristiano Ronaldo is the man the paper claims will be told ahead of Monday’s announcement that he has won a fourth Ballon d’Or.

In a quite incredible year for the Real Madrid forward, he has scooped another Champions League medal and also led Portugal to their first major international trophy as they were crowned Euro 2016 champions.

Francesc Aguilar, a well-connected journalist for the Spanish daily, has revealed the announcement will be made on Monday, December 12 at 7pm, and on Tuesday an exclusive interview with Ronaldo will be published by France Football – the publication that founded the award.


Aguilar claims reporters from France Football will fly to Madrid on Thursday to conduct the interview and take photographs of the Portuguese superstar with the Ballon d’Or trophy.

So, there you have it. Lionel Messi – 5, Cristiano Ronaldo – 4.

NEWS:Usain Bolt says he’s waiting on a call from Man United boss Jose Mourinho>>>>>>>>

Usain Bolt joked on Monday night that he is looking forward to switching lanes and becoming a Manchester United player.


Speaking at the world premiere of the movie “I Am Bolt,” the world’s fastest man said he is looking forward to Jose Mourinho “giving me a call.”

The nine-times Olympic champion was in good spirits as his closest friends, parents and sports stars paraded down the red carpet at the Leicester Square Odeon, in central London, in support.

Asked whether he had been approached by the Manchester United boss, Bolt joked: “Hopefully, not yet. Hopefully he’ll call me and see what’s going on. I’m really excited about that.”


Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has already confirmed that the Jamaican sprinter will train with the Bundesliga club.

Speaking about his plans to retire from the track at next year’s World Championships in London next year, Bolt said: “It’s big. London is a place where I get a lot of love. It’s the right place for me to retire.”

SPORT:Mourinho ready to sign Mikel Obi for Manchester United in January>>>>>>>>

Jose Mourinho is set to make a shock move for John Mikel Obi from Chelsea.


The Super Eagles captain is yet to make an appearance under Antonio Conte and there are no plans to renew his deal, which expires at the end of this season.

Mourinho, who initially signed Mikel Obi to Chelsea as a fresh-faced 19-year-old, wants to sign the midfielder, so he can give Paul Pogba the freedom to roam.

Ironically, United thought they had landed Mikel Obi 10 years ago and even announced it on their official website, with a picture of the player in their shirt. However, the £4million deal was done directly with the player and his club, bypassing his agents.


The Nigerian midfielder then travelled to London, where he told Sky Sports TV, that he was pressured into signing for the Red Devils and wanted to sign for Chelsea.

SPORT:‘Jose Mourinho is trying to get sacked at Manchester United’ See Why Here>>>>>>>>>>>


Jose Mourinho is trying to get himself sacked at Manchester United, according to Sky Sports pundit Tony Gale.


The 53-year-old faces a two-game ban after being charged with improper conduct by the Football Association following his dismissal in the first half of Manchester United’s draw against West Ham on Sunday.

Mourinho kicked a water bottle in anger after Paul Pogba was given a yellow card for diving out of the way of Mark Noble’s challenge, and the United boss was sent to the stands for the second time this season by referee Jon Moss.

And Gale believes the Portuguese’s antics are a signal of his desire to quit Old Trafford just six months after taking the job.


‘My interpretation of Jose’s actions at the weekend is that he wants out of the job,’ said the former West Ham defender.

‘He looks like a man that wants to get sacked. I can’t really understand what is going on with him.’

Read More Here:Nigerian man breaks Guinness world record by cycling 64 miles with football on his head>>>>>>>>>>>


Quite Impressive!!! 64 bloody miles!

Meet Harrison Chinedu, He is a Nigerian footballer, and he has reportedly broken the Guinness World Record after he cycled 103 kilometres (64 miles) with a football balanced on his head.

Chinedu who was spotted wearing the Super Eagles jersey, rode his bicycle with a ball on his head from the beach to the National stadium, Surulere, while fans, drivers and passers by, sang and cheered him on as he attempted the bizarre feat.


According to Chinedu, he had tried the feat in March this year but failed when he reached 30 miles, but after several rehearsals and training, he made up his mind to carry out the feat again.


Speaking after he achieved the feat, Chinedu said: “My biggest motivation was that I believe in showcasing my God-given talent. I know I have the skill and I want to show the world what I can do. This one is a record created by me and I am happy that I have done my own side. And it’s left for the Guinness World Records to ratify it and bring back results.”

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Today, February 26th, 2016, Gianni Infantino has been elected as the President of FIFA for the remainder of the current term of office (until 2019) by the Extraordinary FIFA Congress held in Zurich.

He was elected as the ninth FIFA President after the second ballot with 115 of 207 total votes. In line with the FIFA Statutes, the mandate of the new FIFA President started after the conclusion of the Congress.

Gianni Infantino born 23 March 1970 in Brig-Glis is a Swiss football administrator of Italian origin. He was the general secretary of UEFA from 2009 to 2016 and holds both Swiss and Italian nationality.

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