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Infantino gains Central American support


South Sudan, Liberia defy CAF and pledge votes for Infantino, Prince Ali

The African football confederation announced its support for Bahrain's Sheikh Salman Al Khalifa in the upcoming FIFA presidential election.

GENEVA -- Two FIFA voters have defied African soccer leaders by endorsing rival candidates in the presidential election for Sepp Blatter's successor.

South Sudan pledged its vote for Gianni Infantino, the UEFA general secretary from Switzerland, and Liberia declared for former FIFA vice president Prince Ali Al Hussein of Jordan on Saturday.

They followed Egypt, which Prince Ali said publicly promised its vote to him on Friday, hours after a key move by the Confederation of African Football's executive...

German football federation opens legal case against Franz Beckenbauer

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Franz Beckenbauer is under investigation for his actions in securing the 2006 World Cup.

BERLIN -- The German football federation opened legal proceedings against Franz Beckenbauer, former members, and FIFA in a bid to limit potential damages arising from the 2006 World Cup corruption affair.

The DFB told The Associated Press in a statement on Friday that it has "taken the necessary measures to prevent a possible limitation of claims" that it can make against former head of the German World Cup organizing committee Beckenbauer and his then vice-president Fedor Radmann, former DFB presidents...

 By PA Sport

England have players to end international trophy drought - Neville

Alison Bender looks back at the most recent meeting between England and Australia after the teams announced a friendly in May.

Gary Neville has said he is confident that England can win a major trophy and not fail like the "golden generation" of which he was part.

Valencia coach Neville, who represented his country between 1995 and 2007, lined up alongside players such as Steven Gerrard, Paul Scholes, David Beckham, Frank Lampard, John Terry, Michael Owen and Rio Ferdinand.

But the closest they came to international glory was when they reached the last eight of three successive tournaments under Sven-Goran Eriksson