Inter Sell 75 Percent Stake to Erto?

Inter Milan reportedly has officially sold its shares to Indonesian businessman, Erick Thohir, as much as 75 percent.
As reported by the Italian media Gazzetta dello Sport on Friday (9/7) this morning, Inter sold the shares are worth 300 million euro (Rp 3.9 trillion).
Thohir want to acquire Inter news that had been blowing since early May. Initially, the Philadelphia 76ers NBA club owners and club soccer MLS DC United was negotiating with club president Massimo Moratti to buy a 51 percent stake in Inter.
However, further news said Thohir offers up to 75 percent. However, the deal never actually come after Moratti has repeatedly denied that there was a deal with the boss Mahaka Group.

Fifa: Diving is a cancer in football

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Vice president of the Federation of International Football Association (Fifa) Jim Boyce said he believes the practice of diving or pretending to fall into “cancer in the sport of football.”

Boyce’s statement is his reaction after watching video footage of Luis Suarez as Liverpool’s players fell to the ground in a match Liverpool against Stoke which ended goalless at Anfield today mingg.
“I’ve seen a few incidents and Suarez incidents, and for me it was nothing more than a fraudulent act,” he said.
“[Diving] into cancer in this sport. If it is very clear that it was a pretense, the perpetrators should be severely punished.”
Last September, Stoke manager Tony Pulis asked the Football Association (FA) to punish the players found guilty of diving to the suspension and played in three games last Sunday Pulis said Suarez should be punished it.
Boyce added that he also thought that the action was very important even if the incident was missed by the referee.
“The actions that can be dealt with retrospectively by disciplinary committees, and it is done in some associations, I believe that it is the right thing,” said Boyce.
“Sometimes it is very difficult for referees to judge whether something is cheating or fair and if the players do the diving, their task becomes more severe.”
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers defends Suarez.
“At the moment there seems to be a set of rules for Luis and another rule for everybody except him,” Rodgers said.

Maradona’s contract as an ambassador for the UAE extended

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The legendary Argentine player last year appointed by the Dubai Sports Council, DOD, as an ambassador with the task, among others, improving the quality of football in the country.
The appointment was made ​​after he was fired from his post as Click manajerKlik Dubia club, Al Wasl, who had cultivated during one season.
Council said the contract will be extended for another year, but details were not disclosed.
“Diego Maradona, since last year has brought added value to Dubai, outside and off the field,” said Secretary General of DOD, Ahmed al-Sharif, told AP news agency.
Click Maradona had expressed a desire to train and kembaliKlik been linked with clubs in China as well as the Iraqi national team.
Youth projects
However until now it seems there is no offer made to him and he was so happy with his job as a football ambassador for Dubai.

“No doubt, I am very happy with my job,” said the Argentine star Click the late June visit to Indonesia.
The AP news agency, he added he was involved in a project for young people aged 12 to 16 years.
“I want to give them good information and we would like to set up a football school where you can teach about things on and off the field.”
However he admits there are still many things that need to be done so that the United Arab Emirates national team succeed on the international stage.