Monday, August 31, 2009

Weekly Twitter Update

FIFA uses the 4th report from the PFPO - which reports fewer club-trained players - to support its 6+5 proposal.


UEFA & FIFA have agreed new rules on financial fair play in club football.


Lawrence Dallaglio is part of a 13-man task force appointed by the RFU to tackle corruption in the game.


Gambling Commission: no action on suspicious betting reports @ Liang Wenbo v Peter Ebdon NI Trophy snooker match.


Stephen Maguire and Jamie Burnett were quizzed by Police over irregular betting at the Maplin UK Snooker Champs.


The Tennis Integrity Unit has warned US Open players that Twittering may violate anti-corruption rules.


Tom Williams asked Quins: 4yr contract + mortgage paid off for not appealing sanctions for faking a blood injury.


The RFU could take further action against Harlequins after Tom Williams' testimony in the fake blood scandal.


Caster Semenya's testosterone levels are three times higher than expected in a female, BBC reports.


The FA will investigate crowd violence that took place at West Ham's Tuesday Carling Cup game against Millwall.


Betfair's Head of Compliance Investigations to speak at Sport, Betting & Sponsorship, 25 September 2009

The RFU will take no further action against Harlequins players for allegedly using fake blood on 4 occasions.

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