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#BREAKING144' #FIFA's top spokesman leaves job, Blatter urged to do same '

#AceBreakingNews – #BreakingUpdate:June.11: #FIFA top spokesman leaves job Blatter urged to do same:

GENEVA (AP) – FIFA’s top spokesman left his job on Thursday, hours after Sepp Blatter was urged to do the same by the European Parliament.

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#FIFA ' Refutes reports of stripping Russia as Hosts of 2018 World Cup in Favour of Qatar '

#AceNewsReport – #BreakingUpdate:#FIFA on Thursday refuted media reports that the world football organization considered stripping Russia of the right to host the 2018 World Cup over the Ukraine crisis, a source in the #FIFA press service said. 151 more words


AUSTRALIA: Deny they paid any bribes to #FIFA officials '

#AceNewsReport – #BreakingUpdate AUSTRALIA:June.09: Australia has denied any brides were received by them in 2020 World Cup bid.

Australia denies it paid bribes in 2022 World Cup bid…

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As Blatter Resigns, Qatar’s 2022 World Cup Bid In Jeopardy, Odds Slashed

Qatar’s plan of hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup could be in jeopardy after the president of soccer’s international governing body, Joseph “Sepp” Blatter, announced on Tuesday  352 more words

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Here's Sepp Blatter Resigning As President Of FIFA

Just one week after a U.S. Justice Department investigation resulted in the takedown of FIFA (the governing body of International Soccer), FIFA President Sepp Blatter announced Tuesday afternoon that he will step down. 105 more words


It's Jon Stewart's Turn To Blast Those Corrupt Folks At FIFA

FIFA was torched this week with corruption charges against 14 officials of soccer’s governing body. Charges include racketeering, money laundering, wire fraud and so on. 163 more words


Meet The Former FIFA Executive Who Put His Cats Up In A $6,000-A-Month Apartment

This is Chuck Blazer, a former FIFA executive who reportedly paid $6,000 a month for an apartment for his cats. Blazer, who was a member of the FIFA Executive Committee from 1996-2013, also has been accused of misappropriating at least $15 million in payments from CONCACAF, the FIFA branch that oversees Central and South America, during his tenure. 197 more words