World football's governing body has vowed to investigate the bribe scandal surrounding the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process with the creation of an independent committeeFifa president Sepp Blatter has revealed that a new committee will be created to review the organisation's decisions.
The Good Governance Committee will have the power to review the process which led to Russia and Qatar winning the races to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, respectively.
The decision follows accusations that several Fifa officials took bribes during the bidding process for the two tournaments, whose hosts were announced simultaneously.
"We will compose this committee with representatives of football – our family – and representatives from outside," Blatter said.
"They must be from politics, the economy, fan groups and sponsors, all those who are involved in football.
"They must be independent. They are not members of Fifa."