Today’s episode of Soccer Morning features guests Simon Evans and Andrew Das.
Jason kicks off today’s show with Simon Evans (Reuters) as they discuss the impact of the ongoing FIFA corruption probe on CONCACAF.
Andrew Das (New York Times) then comes on the show to discuss the New York Times’ coverage of the FIFA corruption probe.
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