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FIFA President Gianni Infantino

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has decried the “idiots” who directed monkey chants at Sulley Muntari and offered to speak to the Ghanaian soccer player who was initially banned for protesting against racism.

Muntari said he was treated like a “criminal” after being shown two yellow cards when he walked off the field during a Serie A game in response to the racial abuse.

Italian football authorities may face disciplinary action over the treatment of Pescara midfielder Sulley Muntari.

Muntari, 32, was sent off after leaving the field claiming he was racially abused during a Serie A game.

He was initially banned for one game but had this overturned by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC).

Indian men’s football team

The Indian men’s football team on Thursday climbed to the 100th spot in the latest FIFA world rankings — their best rating in more than two decades.

Despite having a population of well over one billion, India languishes as a footballing minnow, ranked equally alongside Nicaragua, Lithuania and Estonia in a global table headed by Brazil.

India — where the national pastime of cricket is something of an obsession that squeezes other sports out of the running — last made the top 100 in 1996, reaching an all-time high of 94, before plunging.

Former Chelsea star and Super Eagles skipper - John Obi Mikel

Former Chelsea star and Super Eagles skipper, John Obi Mikel, was allegedly snubbed by Chelsea teammates in an hospital very close to Stamford Bridge in London after undergoing surgery.

A top source close to the Chinese Club, Tianjin Teda playmaker, informed www.sports villagesquare.com that the Nigerian midfielder had been in London for days undergoing a surgery which was successful.

Coach Stuart Baxter

SuperSport United and the South African Football Association have agreed terms on the release of coach Stuart Baxter to Bafana Bafana at the end of the current PSL season.

Baxter will be officially unveiled as Bafana head coach by Safa President Dr Danny Jordaan upon his return to South Africa from CAF and FIFA commitments.

Michael Essien is struggling to adapt to Indonesian football , less than two-months after joining top flight side Persib Bandung amid reports the Ghanaian is not guaranteed to start in today's (Wednesday) game at Gresik United.

Bandung coach Djadjang Nurdjaman has revealed the Ghanaian alongside former Chelsea star Carlton Cole may require more time to cope due to the tough weather conditions.

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