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FIFA have picked leading crimefighters from the United States and Germany to tackle corruption in football's world governing body, and gave them free rein to re-examine the ISL bribery case.
Former FIFA president Joao Havelange and fellow Brazilian sports chief Ricardo Teixeira pocketed millions of dollars in bribes from a collapsed marketing company, documents released by a Swiss court Wednesday revealed.
Opposition politicians claim officials defrauded Ukraine of up to $4bn by awarding no-bid contracts for Euro 2012 infrastructure
A Serbian football fan was given a 16-month prison term on Wednesday for threatening a reporter investigating a surge in attacks by hooligans.
Bulgaria's Specialized Prosecutor's Office has charged well-known businessman Grisha Ganchev with running an organized crime group specialized in tax fraud and with issuing a murder threat.
Poland’s ex-sports minister Tomasz Lipiec was yesterday sentenced to three and a half years in prison for corruption, as the Euro 2012 host nation continues to battle against graft on and off the pitch.
Russia takes steps to eliminate match-fixing and illegal betting on football games ahead of the 2018 World Cup.
The corruption watchdog that was advising Fifa after a series of bribery and corruption scandals, has cut its ties with world football's governing body.
European politicians have begun the process of strengthening EU-wide laws which could give countries increased powers to crack down on match-fixing in soccer. The initiatives haven't come a moment to soon.
Former German international Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has launched a scathing attack on football's rulers and wants clubs to be given a bigger say in running the sport, it was reported Wednesday