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  1. FIFA officials arrested on corruption charges; Sepp Blatter not among them

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    Swiss authorities conducted an early-morning operation in Zurich to arrest six top FIFA officials and extradite them to the United States on federal corruption charges.

    FIFA president Sepp Blatter was not among those rounded up by authorities, but vice-president Jeffrey Web from the Cayman Islands was arrested.

    The arrests took place while officials from 209-member nations gathered in Zurich for the FIFA Congress where incumbent Blatter faces a challenge from Jordan’s Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein in a presidential election of Friday.

    The FBI-backed charges allege widespread corruption in FIFA over the past two decades, involving bids for World Cups as well as…

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  2. Newcastle United consider manager options

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    Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley will draw up a fresh short-list as he looks to appoint a head coach following an eventful few weeks on Tyneside. The Magpies eventually secured their Barclays Premier League status on Sunday with a 2-0 … Continue reading

  3. Soccer Morning (5.26.15) David Cartlidge

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    Today’s episode of Soccer Morning features guest David Cartlidge. Jason kicks off today’s show with BeIn Sports’ David Cartlidge as they discuss Carlo Ancelotti’s firing & the latest around La Liga. Listen to the episode above or here. You can listen … Continue reading