Mourinho and Drogba stays comfortable even in Turkey

The world game's governing body has responded after the Real Madrid coach's suggestion that the voting process for the 2012 Coach of the Year award was flawed By Kris Voakes Fifa has defended the integrity of its World Coach of the Year award in the wake of Jose Mourinho's extraordinary claim that the process was fixed. The Real Madrid coach said in a TV interview on Tuesday that he was right not to attend the 2012 Ballon d'Or Gala, highlighting an apparent adjustment of voters' submissions which he suggested had compromised his hopes of winning the award given to the year's outstanding boss.