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  • Challenger to FIFA presidency says soccer needs leadership change

    Challenger to FIFA presidency says soccer needs leadership change
    Prince Ali bin al-Hussein, who is running against incumbent Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency, says Wednesday's arrests of top soccer officials underlines the need for new leadership within the organization.
  • Jack Warner, former FIFA vice president, says he's innocent of charges

    Jack Warner, former FIFA vice president, says he's innocent of charges
    A former FIFA vice president who has been indicted on corruption charges says he is innocent. Jack Warner is among the nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives who were indicted in New York on Wednesday. Warner, who also served as CONCACAF...

    FIFA President Sepp Blatter must resign, anti-corruption group says

    Sepp Blatter was not among the 14 people who were indicted in New York on Wednesday on charges of corruption and bribery, but that doesn't mean the longtime FIFA president is escaping scrutiny. Less than 48 hours before a vote is scheduled to take place...

    Russia sports minister on 2018 World Cup: We have 'nothing to hide'

    Russia sports minister on 2018 World Cup: We have 'nothing to hide'
    Following the indictment of nine FIFA members and five corporate executives tied to soccer's governing body on corruption charges Wednesday, Russia's top sports official says the country has "nothing to hide" in regard to how it was awarded the 2018 World...

    FIFA says it won't re-vote for 2018, 2022 World Cup sites

    FIFA says it won't re-vote for 2018, 2022 World Cup sites
    Hours after nine FIFA members and five corporate executives tied to soccer's governing body were indicted on corruption charges, FIFA announced it would not hold a re-vote on its 2018 and 2022 World Cup host nations. FIFA spokesman Walter De Gregorio...