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Switzerland hands US prosecutors FIFA evidence

Switzerland on Wednesday handed over an initial package of bank documents to US prosecutors requested by Washington as evidence in the ongoing criminal cases targeting senior FIFA leadership. The material “relates to bank accounts allegedly used for bribes connected with the grant of marketing rights to soccer tournaments in Latin […]

Wages of sin return to haunt sports barons

Judges and prosecutors trashed the reputations of two of the leading Lords of the Rings in 2015 and criminal charges against Sepp Blatter and Lamine Diack were a warning that sport has got to clean up its act. Bribes, doping, even more bribes, the sky seems to be the limit […]

Ex-FIFA VP received $50,000 a month in bribes from sports marketing companies

Fallen FIFA vice president Eugenio Figueredo received $50,000 a month in “improper payments” from sports marketing companies, authorities in his native Uruguay alleged Tuesday in an indictment. The 83-year-old ex-soccer boss, one of seven top FIFA officials arrested at a Zurich luxury hotel in May, received “hefty sums” each month […]

Sepp Blatter has his day in FIFA ethics committee court

Suspended FIFA president Sepp Blatter appeared before the world body’s ethics judges Thursday to answer corruption allegations as Switzerland announced it has frozen tens of millions of dollars in accounts linked to soccer bribes. Blatter, who with vice president Michel Platini faces a long suspension, arrived at FIFA’s base in […]

Adidas is considering cutting ties with FIFA

The head of German sportswear giant Adidas hinted for the first time on Wednesday at the possibility of cutting links with FIFA in the wake of the corruption allegations dogging the bidding process for the 2006 World Cup. “If FIFA succeeds in reforming itself — and in my view they’re […]

US prosecutors target banks in next step of FIFA pursuit

US prosecutors are threatening to punish banks for failing to flag up suspicious activity on accounts linked to world soccer’s scandal-hit governing body FIFA, the Financial Times reported on Monday. US banks JPMorgan, Bank of America and Citigroup, Swiss lenders Credit Suisse and UBS and British HSBC and Standard Chartered […]

Michel Platini may boycott FIFA hearing, says lawyer

Michel Platini may refuse to attend a FIFA hearing to defend himself against misconduct accusations after a spokesman was quoted as saying that the Frenchman would get a long ban, his lawyer said on Saturday. FIFA’s action against Platini and world body president Sepp Blatter took a stunning new twist […]

Ronaldinho hopes for better days after FIFA elections

Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho said Thursday he hopes the scandal-hit sport will learn lessons from the multi-million dollar corruption crisis engulfing governing body FIFA after a fresh wave of indictments last month. The deepening scandal has tainted FIFA’s image, with suspended president Sepp Blatter and his would-be successor, Michel Platini, […]

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FIFA fires secretary general Jerome Valcke

FIFA has fired secretary general Jerome Valcke, who is under investigation for misconduct, world football’s governing body said Wednesday. The former right-hand man to Sepp Blatter, the FIFA president banned for eight years, has been accused of aiding a scheme to sell 2014 World Cup tickets on the black market. […]

German FA backs Gianni Infantino’s FIFA bid

The German FA (DFB) confirmed on Wednesday they will back UEFA’s general secretary Gianni Infantino in his bid to become the president of world football’s governing body FIFA next month. “Gianni Infantino is the candidate for Europe and is the best candidate as far as Rainer Koch and the leadership […]

FIFA ex-vice president denied house arrest bid

A New York judge on Thursday rejected an application by Honduran former FIFA vice president Alfredo Hawit to be placed under house arrest without bail over his involvement in the corruption case gripping world football. Hawit, 64, who was extradited to the United States on Wednesday from Switzerland following his […]

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Switzerland hands US prosecutors FIFA evidence

Switzerland on Wednesday handed over an initial package of bank documents to US prosecutors requested by Washington as evidence in the ongoing criminal cases targeting senior FIFA leadership. The material “relates to bank accounts allegedly used for bribes connected with the grant of marketing rights to soccer tournaments in Latin […]

US prosecutors target banks in next step of FIFA pursuit

US prosecutors are threatening to punish banks for failing to flag up suspicious activity on accounts linked to world soccer’s scandal-hit governing body FIFA, the Financial Times reported on Monday. US banks JPMorgan, Bank of America and Citigroup, Swiss lenders Credit Suisse and UBS and British HSBC and Standard Chartered […]

FIFA investigators are seeking a nine-year ban for ex-secretary general Jerome Valcke

FIFA investigators on Tuesday requested a nine-year ban against the body’s suspended secretary general Jerome Valcke, who was provisionally suspended from soccer in October for 90 days over corruption allegations. The investigatory chamber of FIFA’s ethics committee, world soccer’s in-house prosecutor, also asked for Valcke’s temporary suspension to be extended […]

FIFA fines five nations for fans’ homophobic chants during 2018 World Cup qualifiers

FIFA has handed out fines to the football associations of Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay for homophobic chants by supporters during qualifying matches for the 2018 World Cup. World soccer’s governing body opened disciplinary proceedings against the associations of the respective countries after studying evidence gathered by their Anti-Discrimination […]