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Ex-Guatemala soccer chief and former FIFA executive committee member Rafael Salguero, 72, pleaded guilty to accepting bribes in a US court.
Former UEFA president Michel Platini has been cleared by a Swiss prosecutor, the French daily Le monde reported on Friday.
A former FIFA vice president has pleaded guilty to four conspiracy counts in the ongoing bribery scandal.
Embattled former SAFA CEO Leslie Sedibe has vowed to clear his name after receiving a 5-year ban from FIFA.
French football legend Michel Platini will go to sports and civil courts in a bid to overturn an eight year ban ordered by FIFA.
Suspended FIFA President Sepp Blatter again proclaimed his innocence in a corruption scandal gripping the world football body.
Michel Platini have promised to "tell the truth, only they truth" as he appeals his 90-day ban from FIFA.
The former president of the Peruvian Football Federation was arrested with regard to the FIFA bribery scandal.
The US has indicted 16 new people, all current or former soccer officials from Latin America, in the FIFA corruption scandal.
The judgement arm of FIFA's ethics committee has opened a case against Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini.
Ex-UEFA president Michel Platini says that he hopes FIFA would have "the decency" to lift his ban over a €1.8 million payment from the world footballing body.
FIFA's ethics watchdog has opened formal proceedings against ex-South Africa football chief Kirsten Nematandani.
After a raid by Swiss police UEFA has handed over evidence of a television rights contract with a marketing agency implicated in the FIFA bribery scandal.
Prince Ali bin Al Hussein has called for the immediate publication of a report on alleged bribery and corruption.
Ex-Venezuelan football federation president Rafael Esquivel wants to be tried in his country to avoid extradition to the US.
Sepp Blatter says the Ethics Committee investigation into corruption allegations is "like a Catholic Inquisition".
A report issued to UEFA's executive committee in 1998 appears to support Michel Platini claim that he received a salary from FIFA.
Ecuador's football chief, one of 16 officials charged with corruption by the US, has turned himself in.
Facing 29 charges of bribery in the US, Jack Warner received a reprieve as his extradition hearing was adjourned until 2016.
The FIFA ethics committee probing corruption allegations against Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini has requested sanctions be levelled against both men.
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