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  1. FIFA corruption charges are only the tip of the iceberg

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    The FIFA corruption charges from the US Department of Justice today come not as a major surprise, but the first truly public salvo in the attempt to wash out the clearly rampant corruption inside soccer’s governing body. But for the steps that were taken, there are clearly many more needed to establish the real change football fans crave.

    It’s no coincidence that those charged by the Justice Department today all came from CONMEBOL or CONCACAF, since those corrupt members were more likely to do business with US banks, allowing the US to legally press charges and force extradition. Most of…

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  2. Dick Advocaat walks away from Sunderland

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    Dick Advocaat has rejected the opportunity to become permanent head coach at Sunderland. The Black Cats confirmed on Wednesday evening that the 67-year-old, who was drafted in in March for just nine games in which he was able to secure … Continue reading