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West Ham fined by Fifa
over Sakho selection
ZURICH---West Ham escaped being thrown
out of the FA Cup after Fifa only fined the
Premier League club yesterday for playing
Senegal forward Diafra Sakho when he was
deemed unavailable for the African Cup of Na-
tions because of injury.
Sakho withdrew from Senegal's squad be-
fore the African tournament, citing a back in-
jury, but came on as a substitute for West
Ham in its FA Cup fourth-round match
against Bristol City on January 25. He scored
the winner in a 1--0 victory.
Fifa reprimanded Sakho and fined West
Ham 100,000 Swiss francs (US$108,000) ---
although the punishment could have been
more severe for the English club.
The world governing body said West Ham
had breached a regulation on releasing play-
ers for international duty, but wasn't found to
have violated a provision that would have led
to the club having to forfeit the match.
"The question of further sanctions to be
possibly imposed needs now to be dealt with
by the entity responsible for the relevant
competition, ie The FA, in application of its
regulations," Fifa said.
The FA said that Sakho was eligible to play
in the match under its rules.
Bristol City said it is disappointed with Fifa
ruling's and is "considering its options."
The Senegal Football Association com-
plained to Fifa that West Ham said Sakho
was "prevented from playing and travelling by
plane" because of his back injury.
Senegal finished third in Group C at the African Cup
and failed to advance to the quarterfinals.
Van Gaal charged
over referee comments
LONDON---The English Football Association has
charged Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal for
implying that a referee was biased against his team
during an FA Cup match.
Van Gaal said after United's 0--0 draw with fourth-tier
Cambridge on January 23 that "every aspect of the
match is against us---the pitch, the referee. Everything
that you can think about this is against you."
The FA said yesterday it is alleged that Van Gaal's
comments "allege and/or imply bias on the part of the
match referee and/or bring the game into disrepute."
Van Gaal has until Monday to respond to the charge.
United beat Cambridge 3--0 in the fourth-round re-
play on Tuesday
Former Bayern, Barcelona
coach Udo Lattek dies
FRANKFURT---Udo Lattek, one of Germany's top
coaches who guided Bayern Munich to its first Euro-
pean Cup triumph in 1974, has died at age 80, the club
Bayern did not give a cause of death in its statement,
but Lattek had been in poor health in recent years, suf-
fering from Parkinson's and dementia. He died on Sun-
day. The German Football Federation said he died in a
Cologne nursing home.
Lattek was considered the most successful coach in
German football, with eight Bundesliga championships,
three German Cup titles, the European Cup and the
A student of Hennes Weisweiler, Lattek began his ca-
reer as assistant to Germany coach Helmut Schoen, be-
fore getting his first Bundesliga job at Bayern in 1970.
In five years, he won three Bundesliga championships
and one German Cup title, as well as the European Cup.
Lattek won the Uefa Cup with Borussia
Moenchengladbach in 1979 and two more Bundesliga ti-
tles before a move to Barcelona, where he won the
Spanish Cup and the Cup Winners' Cup in 1982.,
banned for six matches
FRANKFURT---Schalke striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
will have to miss four Bundesliga matches in a six-
match ban, of which two have been suspended.
Huntelaar was sent off for a rough tackle from behind
during a 1--0 win over Hannover in the Bundesliga last
He missed Tuesday's 1--1 draw at Bayern Munich, and
will have to sit out three more matches---against Borus-
sia Moenchengladbach, Eintracht Frankfurt and Werder
The remaining two matches of the ban were sus-
pended, and will come into force if he picks up another
red card by January 30, 2016.
Ferdinand takes over as
director of football at QPR
LONDON---Queens Park Rangers shook up its coach-
ing set-up yesterday following Harry Redknapp's sud-
den resignation as manager, with Les Ferdinand taking
the role of director of football and assistants Glenn
Hoddle and Joe Jordan leaving the English Premier
The 67-year-old Redknapp cited impending knee re-
placement surgery as the reason for unexpectedly relin-
quishing control of the team on Tuesday. QPR is next to
last in the standings in its first season back in the top
While QPR seeks a replacement for Redknapp, the
club has promoted Ferdinand, who enjoys cult status at
the club after being its star striker from 1987-95, from
his previous position as head of football operations.
"Ferdinand will now be responsible for overseeing the
entire footballing department at Loftus Road, with a
mandate of building for the future," the club said.
Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood is the big
favourite to become new manager. (AP)
Diafra Sakho...was deemed unavailable for
the African Cup of Nations due of injury.
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