In their statement, FIFA said Ahmad had “breached his duty of loyalty, offered gifts and other benefits, mismanaged funds and abused his position as the CAF President”.
“Like any coach, I am responsible,” said Ronald Koeman on Saturday. “We have to improve the results.”
“He is in a situation with his club where he cannot be happy, neither with his playing time, nor with his positioning,” said France boss Didier Deschamps.
Klopp was missing seven first-team regulars through injury and top scorer Mohamed Salah due to a positive coronavirus test, but Liverpool still swept aside a Leicester team who had started the weekend on top of the table.
Gaetan Laborde scored the winner midway through the second period after the two sides shared six goals in the first half.
Calvert-Lewin maintained his fine form to put Carlo Ancelotti’s side ahead inside a minute at Craven Cottage.

world soccer Man Utd ‘must do better’ despite ending home drought

Victory moves Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men up to ninth and within seven points of early pace-setters Tottenham with a game in hand.

world soccer Atletico edge past Barca to earn title boost as Real Madrid held

Yannick Carrasco finished brilliantly from range after mistakes from Gerard Pique and Marc-Andre ter Stegen left the goal gaping but Barca, and a below-par Lionel Messi, failed to respond at the Wanda Metropolitano.

world soccer Ronaldo double lifts Juve, Atalanta stall before Liverpool trip

The Portuguese striker blasted in an Alvaro Morata cross on 38 minutes, before latching onto a Merih Demiral header from a corner for the second from close range minutes later.

world soccer Moukoko, 16, makes history as Bundesliga’s youngest player

Moukoko’s late cameo off the bench at Berlin’s Olympic Stadium broke the previous record set by Nuri Sahin, who was 16 years, 335 days when he made his league debut for Dortmund in 2005. 

world soccer Injured Pique leaves pitch in tears against Atletico

Pique hurt his knee during a collision with Atletico’s Angel Correa as Barca trailed 1-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano.

world soccer Spurs sink Man City to take top spot, Chelsea up to second

Jose Mourinho’s side are two points clear of Chelsea thanks to goals from Son Heung-min and Giovani Lo Celso at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

world soccer Superb Neuer denies Bremen as Bayern Munich held at home

Germany goalkeeper Neuer produced great stops to twice deny US forward Josh Sargent as Bremen earned their first point at Bayern for a decade.

world soccer Celtic held by Hibs to pile pressure on Lennon

Neil Lennon’s men trail Rangers by eight points at the top of the table with now just one game in hand.

world soccer Chelsea beat Newcastle to take top spot

Frank Lampard’s side moved above Leicester on goal difference thanks to Federico Fernandez’s first half own goal and Tammy Abraham’s strike after the interval.

world soccer Monaco come back to stun PSG after Mbappe double

Niko Kovac’s Monaco climb up to second in the table, four points behind PSG, but Lille can reclaim second spot and move to within two points of the leaders if they beat Lorient on Sunday.

world soccer Mourinho questions Sterling’s withdrawal from England games

Sterling withdrew from the squad with an injury niggle which Southgate would not elaborate on.

world soccer Boateng ‘knows how I feel’ about Bayern departure: Flick

Boateng has been told his contract will not be renewed when it expires next June.

world soccer Koeman uncertain about Messi future

Messi can talk to other clubs in January and leave for free when his contract expires in June.

world soccer LaLiga Matchday 10 preview: All eyes on Atletico vs Barcelona clash

The November international break was a triumphant one for Spanish football and now LaLiga football is back with one of the biggest fixtures in the world taking centre stage on Saturday night.

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