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Morocco denies bribe allegations over 1998 World Cup bid
Yahoo! Maktoob News
"Morocco denies categorically these slanderous accusations against the officials of the country's organizing committee of the 1998 World Cup," said a statement from Morocco's soccer federation, known by its French initials FRMF, according to state news ...
Blazer admits to taking World Cup bribes
Whistleblower Chuck Blazer has admitted he and others took bribes totalling $10million for South Africa to host the 2010 World Cup and an undisclosed sum for Morocco's unsuccessful bid to host the 1998 tournament. The revelation is contained in a plea ...
U.S. Marriage Equality Is Here, But What's Next Worldwide?
The United States has finally joined more than 20 other countries in making gay marriage fully legal. This means that 10% of the world's population now lives in a country that allows same-sex marriage. Once the celebrations have died down, there's ...
Mihir Bose: The one Blatter legacy that will live on
Inside World Football
Hugh Robertson, who was sports minister when England made its disastrous bid for the 2018 World Cup, told me: "We should not host the World Cup, or any FIFA tournament, until such time as the organisation is successfully reformed." It should be ...
Morocco, not South Africa, won 2010 World Cup bid, according to report
Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner accepted a $1 million bribe to back Morocco's bid for the 2010 World Cup, but gave his support to the South Africa campaign because it gave him more money, the Telegraph reports. South Africa was awarded the bid ...
Could Russia, Qatar lose their World Cups — FIFA corruption
The Bell Jar
The claims made by Bhamjee about Warner in regards to the 2010 World Cup vote were corroborated by Michel Bacchini, an ex- FIFA Director of Competitions, who consulted on the Moroccan bid. World football's governing body failed to ... executive ...
Ben Affleck to Produce Director Gavin O'Connor's FIFA Scandal Movie
... which is Chuck Blazer, a soccer executive who along with other FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) Executive Committee members accepted bribes from Moroccan and South African officials to gain World Cup hosting privileges in ...
FIFA's Warner Made Late Change in World Cup Vote, Colleague Says
Warner was supporting Morocco, and in a 15-minute conversation, the Caribbean soccer boss asked Tonga's Ahongalu Fusimalohi to switch from South Africa to Morocco as well because the North African country needed the tournament to lift it out of poverty ...