FIFA: No comment on arrests

FIFA (File)
FIFA (File)

Zurich - FIFA said on Wednesday it was seeking to clarify the situation after six football officials were arrested in Zurich on the request of US authorities, suspected of receiving bribes worth millions of dollars.

"We have seen the media reports," a spokesperson for football's world governing body said.

"We are seeking to clarify the situation. We will not comment at this stage."


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