FIFA cuts off funding to FUT Coins

  • IFAB delegates will also look at allowing a fourth substitute to FUT Coins be brought on if a match goes to extra-time, and the ongoing issue of the 'triple punishment' where a player can concede a penalty, be sent off and suspended for the next match for a single offence of denying a goalscoring opportunity. The sin-bin commonly practised in rugby was initially trialled at an Under-16 football tournament RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Next transfer deadline day set for chaos as FIFA's emergency...


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    FIFA cuts off funding to scandal-hit Americas confederations ByReuters Published: 12:49 EST, 1 February 2016 | Updated: 12:49 EST, 1 February 2016 e-mail By Simon EvansMIAMI, Feb 1 (Reuters) - FIFA has cut off funding to the corruption-hit confederations for soccer in the Americas, the global football body said.


    Monday, in a move which could cause future cash flow problems for the two organisations.The two bodies, CONCACAF and CONMEBOL, have been at the centre of a corruption scandal that has engulfed world soccer and seen 41 individuals and entities charged in the United States on Cheap FIFA Coins a variety of graft-related offences.