Governance

  • 26.03.2007 /
    With a monthly budget under 90,000 US dollars and no more than three thousand supporters at their games, Arsenal de Sarandí is the smallest club in Argentina’s competitive Primera División. Nevertheless, for the first time in its brief 50-year history, Arsenal de Sarandí have reached the top of Argentine football, leading the division after four rounds.
  • 26.03.2007 /
    The threat to Bob Munro's immigration status is over. He stays in Kenya and thanks the Play the Game network for its support.
  • 26.03.2007 /
    A milestone in the never-ending story of football in Kenya was laid as Kenya's international ban from world football ended on 9 March 2007.
  • 23.02.2007 /
    Efforts to reform the International Boxing Association (AIBA) to make it less corrupt and more democratic have had a rocky start. First AIBA suspended a critical vice president on suspicions that he had committed acts of terrorism but in all likelihood it is a case of mistaken identity. Later AIBA suspended its secretary general for embezzlement - without making it public.
  • 31.01.2007 /
    The sports minister in the African country of Togo has refused a request from the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) to exclude a vice president of Togo's volleyball federation after he had taken part in the founding congress of the new international World Volleyball and Beach Volleyball Federation (WVBF).
  • 19.01.2007 /
    Who is in charge of football in Kenya? Well, the answer differs depending on who you ask. FIFA has just backed the Kenyan Football Federation (KFF) and its attempts to re-launch a national league. Kenya’s sports minister on the other hand refuses to have anything to do with KFF officials and KFF has also been renounced by twelve of its own branches.
  • 22.12.2006 /
    At a recent meeting no less than 600 people cheered for FIFA vice president Julio Grondona and encouraged him to run for the eighth consecutive reelection as president of the Argentinian Football Association (AFA). The rally went on despite the terrible mess that was the last AFA tournament - clearly the most controversial in the football history of Argentina.
  • 22.12.2006 /
    The International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA) wants to clean up its reputation as a corrupt and controversial organisation. As one of his first acts in office, the newly elected president Ching-Kuo Wu has set up a reform committee and appointed IOC executive board member Gerhard Heiberg as its chairman.

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