Friday 29 May 2015

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The president has questioned the timing of the indictments by the US Department of Justice which have rocked the world game in the week of the presidential elections

Thursday 28 May 2015

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The Uefa president has urged his organisation's 54 members to vote against the Swiss due to the latest corruption scandal to hit the governing body

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The Russian President believes that the FBI investigation into alleged corruption within the game's governing body is politically motivated

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Both men were among the eight officials arrested as part of a US-led investigation into alleged corruption with football's governing body

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Asian football's organising body says it will stand by the Fifa president in the wake of Wednesday's arrests and hopes Friday's election goes ahead as planned

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Although not specifically named by US investigators as part of a probe footballing officials, the US sportswear giant have released a statement

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The under-fire president cancelled his planned appearance in Zurich as one of the governing body's major official partners expressed their "profound" concern

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The Football Association chairman hopes the indictment of 14 Fifa officials on allegations of corruption within football's world governing body will bring change

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The former Argentina captain feels that the money earned by those accused of accepting bribes should be invested in a training camp for African children

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Votes will be cast on Friday as Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein looks to dethrone Sepp Blatter at the head of world football's governing body

Wednesday 27 May 2015

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US Justice Department, FBI and IRS officials conducted a press conference outlining American charges against those individuals implicated in latest Fifa scandal

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The Jordanian Prince is set for a run-off against current incumbent Sepp Blatter on Friday as the world football governing body is engulfed by controversy

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The indicted former Fifa vice-president insists football politics no longer concerns him after his suspension and eventual resignation from the sport in 2011