Tunisia

Outbreaks of hooliganism by English and German fans in France should not affect those nations' bids to stage the 2006 World Cup finals, FIFA president Sepp Blatter said.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has yet to receive any formal bids for the hosting of the 2004 African Nations' Cup a little more than a month before the deadline closes.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) will send another inspection team to Zimbabwe next week to look at progress in the preparations for the hosting of the African Nations Cup finals in 2000.

Three leading African clubs face sanctions this week as investigations into irregularities are held by the Confederation of African Football, who begun a week-long series of high-profile meetings in Cairo this week.

FIFA and FIFPro have finally reached agreement about FIFPro's participation in the implementation of FIFA's new regulations on the international transfers of football players.

Tunisia's government, under fire at home and abroad for its human rights record, is banking on a forthcoming two-week international sport festival to present the "true reality" of the country, officials have said.

South Korea is to create no-fly zones during next year's World Cup above its stadia amid security concerns sparked by the US attacks earlier this week.

Tunisia's government, under fire at home and abroad for its human rights record, is banking on a forthcoming two-week international sport festival to present the "true reality" of the country, officials have said.