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FIFA approves Sergei Eremenko's switch from Finland to Russia

Sergei Eremenko

FIFA has cleared teenage midfielder Sergei Eremenko to play for Russia at the World Cup by approving his change of national eligibility from Finland.

A request by the Russian Football Union was approved on Monday, FIFA said.

The 19-year-old Eremenko was born in Russia and currently plays on loan at Spartak Moscow. His father, Alexei, has Finnish citizenship after playing and coaching there for much of his career.

Sergei Eremenko represented Finland at youth level, following his elder brothers Alexei...

 By Paul Murphy

Ex-England defender Gary Stevens sees Thai coaching gig fall through

At a young age, Charyl Chappuis' passion for football was ignited. Delve into the story of how his love for the game has evolved.
 

Former Tottenham Hotspur and England defender Gary Stevens' proposed move to Thai League (T1) club Ubon UMT United has fallen through after a failure to agree terms, with former Premier League striker Mixu Paatelainen taking over as head coach instead.

Ubon announced that they had appointed Stevens in December, following the departure of Scott Cooper from the club.

However, Stevens confirmed that the deal had never been finalised, paving the way for ex-Finland boss Paatelainen to come to Thailand.

"Unfortunately...