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The judge who will rule on the investigation into World Cup bidding has said the full report will not be published, despite numerous figures in football calling for it to be made public.
Hans-Joachim Eckert, head of the Fifa ethics committee adjudicatory chamber, said only selected parts of the report would be published to protect people's "personal rights".
The report's author, American attorney Michael Garcia, has said it should be published because Fifa needed to embrace transparency.
Several Fifa members, including Uefa president Michel Platini, have also called for publication.
But Eckert said that would not be possible.
In an interview on Fifa website he said: "We have to respect the personal rights of the people mentioned in the report, which in the case of full publication of the report would in all likelihood not be possible."
UEFA president Michel Platini has added his voice to calls for a secret report into World Cup bidding to be made public.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has rejected calls to publish the report by FIFA's independent investigator Michael Garcia - saying any decision is out of their hands and would threaten witness confidentiality.
Platini joins a number of fellow FIFA executive committee members including Northern Ireland's Jim Boyce - and Garcia himself - in calling for the report to be published.
The UEFA president said in a statement: "As long as the regulations of the FIFA code of ethics regarding the actual investigation are respected, I support the publishing of the Garcia report.
"I have no issue with the findings and recommendations of the report being made available to the public."
The decision to publish now rests German judge Hans-Joachim Eckert, who is considering the report and will announce his findings in November.
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Argentina's FA has been fined 30,000 Swiss francs (£19,444) by Fifa after members of the national team stood with a banner claiming the Falklands as Argentine before a World Cup warm-up match.
Several players from the team that went on to lose the tournament's final to Germany stood behind the banner reading "Las Malvinas Son Argentinas" ("The Falklands are Argentine") before a friendly win against Slovenia in Buenos Aires on June 7.
Real Madrid have announced the signing Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez in a big-money deal with French club AS Monaco.
Rodriguez not only top-scored at the World Cup in Brazil but also scored the goal of the tournament with a stunning volley against Uruguay.
Neither club have confirmed the fee for the 23-year-old, but reports suggest Madrid have paid in the region of €80m (£63m), which would make Rodriguez the fourth most expensive transfer of all time after Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez.
Colombian striker James Rodriguez's stunning volley against Uruguay has been voted the best goal of the World Cup, Fifa has announced.
The Monaco midfielder, who is rumoured to be on the verge of a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid, also won the Golden Boot after netting five times at the tournament in Brazil.
He beat off competition from the Netherlands' Robin van Persie, whose impressive header against Spain was voted the second best goal.
The hospitality company MATCH said that any charges brought against a British manager of the firm will be "rebutted".
Ray Whelan, the British manager of the hospitality firm is being investigated over alleged illegal World Cup ticket sales.
He handed himself in to a judge in Brazil this evening.
A statement by MATCH said: "MATCH remains absolutely confident that any charges raised against Ray will be rebutted."
MATCH admitted that offering the packages for cash was "highly unusual" but that it was "permitted under the various terms and conditions".
The company also said that Whelan was unaware that MATCH had put a block on Fofana buying any more packages or tickets.
Luiz Felipe Scolari has resigned as manager of Brazil, the national football federation announced on the Confederations website, www.cbf.com.br.
The 65-year-old stood down as the World Cup hosts could only finish fourth, having been thrashed in their semi-final 7-1 by Germany.
The statement said:
Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari and his fellow coaching staff surrendered their positions to the board of the Brazilian Football Confederation.
The resignation was accepted by president Marin, who was keen to thank all the coaches and players and, by extension, the Brazilian fans for their support throughout the World Cup campaign.
Scolari and his entire coaching staff deserve our respect and gratitude. They were responsible for returning to the Brazilian people your love for the team, despite not having achieved our greatest goal.
The British manager of a hospitality firm being investigated over alleged illegal World Cup ticket sales has handed himself in to a judge in Brazil.
Ray Whelan who runs Match Hospitality had been sought by police investigating the illegal resale of VIP World Cup tickets at hugely inflated prices.But when they tried to arrest him four days ago he was not at his Rio de Janeiro hotel.
Match, a Fifa partner firm, had exclusive rights to sell VIP tickets for the World Cup and Whelan denies any wrongdoing.
Having turned himself in to judge Rosita Maria de Oliveira Netto he is expected to be questioned by police shortly.