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French prosecutors probe 2018 & 2022 World Cup bidding process

French prosecutors are investigating the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and have questioned former Fifa president Sepp Blatter.
BBC Sport Also reported by •BBC News

IPL 2017: MS Dhoni quickfire fifty helps Pune beat Hyderabad by six wickets

ipl 2017: ms dhoni quickfire fifty helps pune beat hyderabad by six wickets
*MS Dhoni. Pic/ PTI* Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Rahul Tripathi cracked brilliant half-centuries to guide Rising Pune Supergiant to six-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in an Indian Premier League..
Mid-Day

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News video: 'I am not rejected' says Blatter

'I am not rejected' says Blatter 01:18

Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter talks to the media. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
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News video: Blatter takes jibe at Infantino's 48-team World Cup

Blatter takes jibe at Infantino's 48-team World Cup 00:47

FIFA's ex-president Sepp Blatter takes a jibe at the signature achievement of his successor Gianni Infantino, branding the new FIFA president's 48-team World Cup a dangerous move.
Source: AFP Sports videos -

News video: Sepp Blatter talks FIFA criminal investigation

Sepp Blatter talks FIFA criminal investigation 01:05

Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter talks criminal investigation.
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News video: 'I am not rejected' says Blatter

'I am not rejected' says Blatter 01:18

Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter talks to the media. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Source: News Video Online -

News video: 1,300 Page Report Tells Just How Corrupt FIFA Was

1,300 Page Report Tells Just How Corrupt FIFA Was 01:15

How corrupt is FIFA? About 1,300 pages of internal investigation reports will give us the answer.
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Blatter says Platini could make comeback

blatter says platini could make comeback
ZURICH: Ex-FIFA President Sepp Blatter said Friday that a comeback was possible...
WorldNews

Fallen FIFA boss Blatter says met U.S. lawyers, but is not a suspect

ZURICH (Reuters) - Disgraced former FIFA president Sepp Blatter said on Friday he had met lawyers from the U.S. Justice Department but was not a suspect in their soccer-related corruption..
SBS Also reported by •ReutersDNA

Former FIFA head Blatter quizzed by US, Swiss investigators

ZURICH (AP) " Sepp Blatter says he met with U.S. Department of Justice officials and is not a suspect in their investigation of corruption linked to FIFA.The former FIFA president tells reporters: "I..
New Zealand Herald

FIFA image damaging search for 2018 World Cup sponsors, claims hosts Russia

FIFA has been struggling to find major new sponsors since corruption scandals that ousted its head Sepp Blatter and dozens of other football officials erupted in 2015.
Zee News

Chung fights to clear name and FIFA of Blatter influence

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) " Chung Mong-joon's bid to replace Sepp Blatter as FIFA president may have ended prematurely in 2015, but the South Korean has vowed to continue the fight against what he called..
New Zealand Herald

India not hosting IOC Session in 2019: IOA

india not hosting ioc session in 2019: ioa
*New Delhi*: India has lost its bid to host the 132nd Session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 2019 even as the Italian city of Milan emerged as the front-runner to organise the..
Mid-Day

Blatter said I'd be his last scalp: Platini

blatter said i'd be his last scalp: platini
PARIS: Michel Platini laid bare his anger at his spectacular downfall on Thursday, breaking his silence to accuse FIFA bosses of wanting to destroy him and claiming Sepp Blatter "always said I'd be his..
WorldNews

FIFA end corruption investigation after 22 months

fifa end corruption investigation after 22 months
FIFA have completed their internal investigation into corruption which started in June 2015 following the Zurich raids that kick-started the downfall of disgraced former President Sepp Blatter.
MailOnline Also reported by •MailOnline India

Former UEFA chief Michel Platini lashes out at Sepp Blatter

Platini and Blatter were banned from all football-related activities, initially for eight years, over a 2 million Swiss francs ($2.00 million) payment FIFA made to Platini in 2011,..
Zee News Also reported by •SBSReutersDNA

Selfish Blatter wanted to make me his last scalp – Platini

Michel Platini has lashed out at Sepp Blatter, claiming that the former FIFA president “always said I would be his last scalp”. Former France captain Platini, who was UEFA president and worked..
SoccerNews.com

Sepp Blatter targeted by ex-UEFA president Michel Platini

sepp blatter targeted by ex-uefa president michel platini
Platini was UEFA president until 2015 when he was banned for an initial eight years by FIFA's ethics committee due to a £1.3million payment made to him on the instruction of Blatter.
MailOnline

Michel Platini: Fifa boss Sepp Blatter wanted to make me his last scalp

michel platini: fifa boss sepp blatter wanted to make me his last scalp
Former Uefa president Michel Platini accuses Fifa counterpart Sepp Blatter of being determined to make him "his last scalp".
BBC Sport

I was Blatter's last scalp - former Uefa president Platini

i was blatter's last scalp - former uefa president platini
Former Uefa president Michel Platini accuses Fifa counterpart Sepp Blatter of being determined to make him "his last scalp".
BBC Sport


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