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Tuesday, Mar. 29, 2016
A former president of Honduras pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges on Monday, admitting that he solicited hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes in the wide-ranging FIFA soccer scandal over lucrative broadcast rights.
Saturday, Mar. 19, 2016
FIFA signed its first World Cup sponsor in more than two scandal-hit years on Friday, agreeing to a four-tournament deal with a Chinese conglomerate that has links to Sepp Blatter.
FIFA said the deal with property and cinema...
Friday, Oct. 9, 2015
Declaring that "enough is enough," IOC President Thomas Bach called Thursday for an "external presidential candidate" to take over FIFA and restore credibility to world soccer's scandal-scarred governing body.
In a strongly worded statement, the...
Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015
Clinging to power after rebuffing resignation demands, Sepp Blatter received some respite Saturday when two sponsors declined to join four other FIFA corporate backers in demanding the president of world soccer's governing body goes before the emergency election...
Friday, Oct. 2, 2015
Sepp Blatter defied calls from FIFA sponsors Budweiser, Coca-Cola, McDonald's and Visa on Friday to quit immediately as president of world soccer's governing body rather than clinging on until the emergency election in February.
Saturday, Jul. 25, 2015
The FIFA corruption crisis is hurting its search for new World Cup sponsors.
Targeting almost $6 billion in revenue from the 2018 tournament, FIFA has not signed any new sponsors since last year's World Cup in Brazil.
"Definitely the current...
Tuesday, Jul. 21, 2015
Sepp Blatter had a good day at the office on Monday, even if a prankster tried to spoil it by showering the FIFA president with fake dollar bills at a news conference.
Nothing could spoil Blatter's day after he outwitted some of his FIFA opponents to...
Sunday, Jul. 19, 2015
FIFA has been told by sponsor Coca-Cola to appoint an independent commission to lead a reform process aimed at cleaning up world soccer's scandal-ridden governing body.
In the most significant intervention by a company which helps to bankroll world...
Thursday, Jun. 11, 2015
FIFA's top spokesman left his job on Thursday, hours after Sepp Blatter was urged to do the same by the European Parliament.
FIFA responded by announcing that its executive committee will meet on July 20 in Zurich to decide when from December to...
Thursday, Jun. 4, 2015
How much scandal is too much scandal?
With billions of dollars at stake and few other ways to tap into the global love of soccer, FIFA sponsors like Adidas, Coke and McDonald's are likely to hang onto their marketing deals and try to weather the...