July 13 – Chuck Blazer, the man responsible for dragging North American soccer into modernity and later the symbol of rampant corruption in FIFA is dead at the age of 72.
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March 16 – As it tries to reclaim “tens of millions of dollars” pocketed illegally by corrupt former officials, FIFA admits for the first time that ExCo members sold their votes to help South Africa secure the 2010 World Cup. Mark Bisson reports.
Sept. 22 – Disgraced former FIFA vice president Jack Warner could soon be on his way to the USA to face corruption charges.
June 17 – US legal expert Michael Buckner spoke with Ed Hula, managing editor of World Football INSIDER, about what’s next for the top FIFA officials not indicted by US authorities, including embattled FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
June 16 – The plea bargain Chuck Blazer took with the United States federal investigators has been released to the public.
June 16 – US law firm president Michael Buckner says the FIFA officials indicted on racketeering charges could serve jail sentences as long as 20 years if they are convicted.
(WFI) Figures at the center of controversies looming over world football … U.S., Switzerland probe FIFA.
(WFI) Chuck Blazer reportedly accrued over 26 million American Express points during his time as a FIFA exec.
(WFI) Former FIFA executive committee member turned FBI informant Chuck Blazer testified to a judge in the Eastern District of New York in November 2013.