Tuesday, October 19, 2010

On Wednesday, hear corruption charges members of FIFA

В сряда изслушват обвинените в корупция членове на ФИФА Member of the Executive Committee of FIFA Amos Adamu (Nigeria) said it will present at the hearing on the ethical committee of the World football body on Wednesday. Yesterday it became clear that FIFA will investigate allegations of an English newspaper that two members of the Executive Committee have offered to sell their vote in elections to host the World Cup in 2018. The hearing will be revealed, and the other member of the Executive Committee, involved in the case - Reinaldo Temari. The Sunday Times spread the news that the world headquarters officials have made their proposal to the reporters who worked undercover and presented themselves as lobbyists for a consortium of American companies.

The information is reported that Nigeria's Amos Adamu was shot to ask for money for personal project, and President of the Oceania Football Confederation Reinaldo Temari from Tahiti had plans to finance the sports academies. Adamu declined to comment on the case before talks with FIFA president Sepp Blatter, who promised "thorough investigation". Yesterday Temari told the AP that he had made a mistake by talking to reporters and will fight to clear his name. FIFA will decide on 2 December in Zurich hosts of the world championships in 2018 and 2022.


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