Dow, S&P 500 end 3-day skid on Monday    Germany wants Facebook to take action in fight against online hate    Egyptian-Jordanian Higher Committee meeting in Cairo to enhance relations    EU to hand Apple Irish tax bill of $1.1 billion: Source    International experts to begin assembling Russian aeroplane wreckage    Alphabet executive resigns from Uber board amid growing competition    Cairo prosecution detains policeman who killed microbus driver on murder charges    Uber, Careem suspend services in UAE capital    Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia have surpassed disputes over GERD: Sudanese FM    11 killed in car collision in Upper Egypt's Sohag    Egypt to reopen Rafah crossing for Gaza pilgrims    Egypt studies possible reconciliation with Mubarak-era industry minister    Matt Damon climbs up Forbes' Hollywood rich list    Messages from Al-Sisi    Rush to Assad    Russian flights back soon?    Marriage of convenience    An Israeli hand not shaken    Do Palestinian refugees exist?    Martin Jol and Ahly part ways    Grilled on wheat and a five-star hotel    Feeling the pinch    Dealing with half-truths    CINEMA    Church building stirs controversy    Destination Marsa Alam    The Brotherhood and Salafis    Why we prefer old movies    MUSIC AND DANCE    New roles for the palace?    South Africa's Semenya takes 800 metres gold    After the party: Rio wakes up to an Olympic hangover    Mo Farah completes historic double-double with 5,000m win in Rio    Nile management    Rowling returns to Harry Potter's world with new ebooks    New Bridget Jones book to be published in October    Court sentences Geneina to 1 year in prison    Egypt will always remain an oasis of security: Sisi    Egyptian Exchange gains EGP 2 billion on Thursday    Obama Passes Torch to Clinton, Slams Trump    Egypt in the international media    Azhar rejects Egypt govt decision to standardise Friday sermons    British delegation agreed MB designation as a terrorist group, MPs    Egypt in the international media    Egyptian Lebanese House to release Shahawy's new book next month    Antiquities Min. to extend Archaeological Transcripts& Books Fair    Ronaldo pledges to 'come back stronger' after knee injury    Dortmund in talks with Bayern Munich over Goetze return - report    







Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.





FIFA extends Juventus coach Conte's ban worldwide
Published in Ahram Online on 14 - 09 - 2012

FIFA has extended Juventus coach Antonio Conte's 10-month suspension for match-fixing violations to include all soccer worldwide, barring him from working at a Champions League game against Chelsea next week
FIFA says Conte's ban ''covers all types of matches, including domestic, international, friendly and official fixtures.''
Juventus, a two-time European champion, begins the Champions League group stage at titleholder Chelsea on Wednesday.
Conte has appealed his sanction by the Italian soccer federation for failing to report match-fixing by an opponent when he coached then-Serie B team Siena in the 2010-11 season.
Conte then guided unbeaten Juventus to the Serie A title last year in his first season in Turin.
Technical director Massimo Carrera has taken over this season while Conte and his assistant Angelo Alessio are banished from matches.
(For more sports news and updates, follow Ahram Online Sports on Twitter: @AO Sports/ and Facebook AhramOnlineSports)


Clic here to read the story from its source.