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List of Countries Affected FIFA sanctions

Many countries that are members of the World Football Federation (FIFA) has imposed sanctions. One reason is government intervention.
Government intervention seems to dominate the reasons for penalizing the FIFA football federation in a country. The case is almost uniform, ie football federation to intervene stewardship.

Here are eight countries hit by the sanctions FIFA:

  • Greece
    Greek Football Federation (EPO) to get sanctioned for not obey the statutes of the World Football Federation (FIFA). FIFA banned EPO following an international competition, because of the alleged politicization of world football in the country.
    Penalties received by the EPO, including the fastest ie 3 to 7 July 2006 after EPO comply with FIFA statutes. The Federation agreed to improve the sport that should be researched account of the local parliament. After improvement, FIFA also accept the results, then match ban lifted sanctions against Greece.

  • Kuwait
    World Football Federation (FIFA) sentenced him to Kuwait on October 30, 2007. Punishment of the Kuwait Football Federation (KFA) because of government intervention in the electoral process and the general chairman of the board of directors.
    Kuwait banned banned from participating at the international level. The sanctions were also applied to senior national team players and clubs. After re-election on 9 October and was elected chairman and new members, FIFA lifted the sanctions on November 15, 2007.

  • Brunei Darussalam
    World Football Federation (FIFA) Football Federation of penalizing Brunei Darussalam in 2009. FIFA impose sanctions after the government intervention. Sultan of Brunei to form new management in the country's soccer federation in December 2008. Until now, the suspension has not yet been withdrawn by FIFA.

  • Peru
    World Football Federation (FIFA) to punish Peru must not follow the international game. The sentence was issued by FIFA after the confusion between the government and the Peruvian Football Federation ( FPF ) since 25 November2008.
    Government of Peru did not want to acknowledge the election of president Manuel Burga as FPF. Disputes in the FPF had made Peru lost the right to hold U-20 championship of South America. In addition, clubs are also forbidden to follow Peru's Copa Libertadores match. Umpire-referee banned from Peru also led the international game. FIFA sanctions was removed one month later, December 20, 2008.
  • Iran
    World Football Federation (FIFA) to impose sanctions on Iran Football Federation (IRIFF) on November 26, 2006, because campu government hands. IRIFF assessed no concern about the independence of the members of FIFA and how changes in leadership at the federation.
    The sanctions were related to the election of president Mohammed Dadgan IRIFF for the second time. And in August, FIFA has already warned IRIFF by giving a deadline until 15 November to conduct re-election. After doing the re-election, FIFA sanctions were finally lifted on December 17, 2006.
  • Nigeria
    World Football Federation (FIFA) to impose sanctions on Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on October 4, 2010 because of intervention from the government. As a result, Nigeria banned from playing at international level.
    The sanctions were started after the retreat of the Secretary General of NFF National Sports Commission instructions and request the Minister of Sports to eliminate the degradation in Nigeria League. Above interventions, the committee also ekeskutif NFF can not work with the maximum. FIFA sanctions was removed four days later on October 8, 2010.
  • Ethiopia
    World Football Federation (FIFA) imposed sanctions in 2008 to the Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF) after the intervention of the president sacked the government because the EFF. The sanctions were banned Ethiopia play in international competition. In fact, Ethiopia was removed from the arena for the 2010 World Cup qualifiers despite melakoni four qualifying matches. After the newly elected President of EFF through the supervision of FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF), FIFA lifted the sanctions in November 2008.
  • Iraq
    World Football Federation (FIFA) to impose sanctions on the Iraqi Football Federation (IFA) on November 20, 2009 due to government intervention. As a result of those sanctions, FIFA has suspended the membership of Iraq. In addition, IFA voting in congress, held every FIFA lifted and they no longer receive annual financial assistance.
    FIFA Emergency Commission awaits the decision of the IFA solution with the Iraqi Olympic Committee to resolve disputes between them. After the dispute was resolved, new in March 2010, FIFA lift sanctions. In 2008, Asian Cup 2007 champion was also barely affected by the FIFA sanctions after the government intended to conduct the dissolution of the IFA.

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

..and now, just may be Indonesia

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