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Soccer Editor — Reuters

Reuters Soccer Editor - but these views are my own and shouldn't be taken too seriously by anyone, unless I AM being serious of course. .

Hull relegated as Newcastle survive on final day of drama

dailymail.co.uk — LONDON, May 24 (Reuters) - Hull City were relegated and Newcastle United survived the drop on a dramatic final day of the Premier League season on Sunday when West Ham United announced that manager Sam Allardyce's contract was not being renewed at Upton Park.

Blatter is champion manipulator

iol.co.za — London - Unless the world of soccer shifts on its axis at the end of this month, Sepp Blatter will be re-elected as Fifa president for a fifth term at the annual congress of world soccer's governing body in Zurich.

Forty-five minutes that could change football's world

uk.reuters.com — LONDON When Sepp Blatter is not comparing FIFA to a boat in calm or choppy waters he often uses football analogies to illustrate his point so it might amuse him to think he faces a tricky 45 minutes at this month's Congress.

I can do what I have to do in four years - Van Praag

uk.reuters.com — LONDON Until he took aim at FIFA president Sepp Blatter at a meeting of European soccer's rulers just before the World Cup last year, most people in the sport only knew Michael van Praag as a leading Dutch official.

Victory or bust for Jordan's charming Prince Ali

uk.reuters.com — LONDON A quiet, steely, determination runs through Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, the Jordanian royal who has brought a breath of fresh air to FIFA politics since he was elected to its executive committee four years ago.

Why Blatter will remain supreme as The Pope of Football

uk.reuters.com — LONDON Unless the world of soccer shifts on its axis at the end of this month, Sepp Blatter will be re-elected as FIFA president for a fifth term at the annual congress of world soccer's governing body in Zurich.

Factbox - FIFA presidential elections since 1904

uk.reuters.com — LONDON For the first time since 1961 the names of more than two men will be on the ballot paper when delegates cast their votes for the next president of FIFA in Zurich on May 29. Three men contested the 1961 election with Englishman Stanley Rous winning, becoming the sixth president, a position he held until 1974.

Forty-five minutes that could change soccer's world

reuters.com — That is when he will have to sit back and listen to the three men challenging his right to remain FIFA president, with each being allowed 15 minutes to score, as it were, a goal that would send him crashing to defeat.

Forty-five minutes that could change soccer's world

dailymail.co.uk — LONDON, May 21 (Reuters) - When Sepp Blatter is not comparing FIFA to a boat in calm or choppy waters he often uses football analogies to illustrate his point so it might amuse him to think he faces a tricky 45 minutes at this month's Congress.

NEWSMAKER-Soccer-Victory or bust for Jordan's charming Prince Ali

dailymail.co.uk — LONDON, May 21 (Reuters) - A quiet, steely, determination runs through Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, the Jordanian royal who has brought a breath of fresh air to FIFA politics since he was elected to its executive committee four years ago.
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May 25, 2015

@winsordobbin ... All over in 15 minutes ! You had nothing to worry about in the end pic.twitter.com/PvyfbjUBjr

May 24, 2015

RT @BenPearceSpurs: #thfc The season started with Kane setting up a winner for Dier (at West Ham). It finished with Dier setting up a winner for Kane.

May 24, 2015

@sgevans looks a bit like the kit Wanderers wore when they won the FA Cup in the 1870s

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