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What did US Soccer know about Chuck Blazer’s bribes?

After court documents were released today revealing that former CONCACAF General Secretary and US Soccer Executive Vice President Chuck Blazer admitted accepting bribes in the voting for host nations for World Cups 1998 and 2010, as well as bribes involving broadcast rights for five Gold Cup tournaments (from 1996 to 2003), the questions have […]

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FIFA President Sepp Blatter announces he will step down

FIFA President Sepp Blatter has announced that he will step down from his role as President as soon as a successor can be found. Blatter has called for an extraordinary FIFA Congress to be scheduled where his successor will be named. At that time, he will step down from his post. […]

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How to contact sponsors to tell them to stop supporting FIFA, Sepp Blatter, slavery and corruption

It’s time for action. Put your anger about Sepp Blatter being re-elected as FIFA President to good use by contacting the FIFA sponsors and demanding that they STOP: (1) supporting FIFA President Sepp Blatter, (2) supporting the use of slavery in Qatar to build for World Cup 2022, and (3) allowing […]

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5 revelations from the DOJ indictment against FIFA executives

Soccer monopolized the headlines this week after reports revealed 9 FIFA officials and 5 corporate executives were indicted for racketeering conspiracy and corruption following an extensive investigation into the organization lead by the U.S. Department of Justice. After reviewing the 168-page FIFA indictment document detailing all of the charges being brought […]

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FIFA issues statement welcoming US Dept. of Justice investigation

FIFA, the world football governing body, released a statement regarding the arrests of FIFA officials by Swiss authorities and extradited to the United States earlier today. The statement welcomed any approach to try and provide transparency regarding the allocations of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, stating: “FIFA welcomes actions that […]

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