Third FIFA Official Acquitted Of Corruption ChargesA former South American soccer official has been acquitted of corruption charges at a U.S. trial stemming from the FIFA bribery scandal, after two others were convicted last week.
2 Officials Convicted At FIFA Trial; 3rd Awaits VerdictTwo former South American soccer officials were convicted Friday of corruption charges at a U.S. trial stemming from the FIFA bribery scandal, while deliberations will continue next week for a third official.
Jury Still Out On FIFA Scandal Trial In BrooklynJurors have resumed deliberations at the U.S. trial of three former South American soccer officials charged with taking millions of dollars in bribes.
FIFA Scandal Trial Witness Claims $15M Set Aside For BribesIn order to secure the world's biggest soccer event, a witness testified in Brooklyn that countries had set up millions in funds for brides.
FIFA Officials' Trial Continues In Brooklyn CourtroomA key government witness at the U.S. trial of three former South American soccer officials was cross-examined on Thursday about allegations he bribed the defendants, while a judge reviewed claims that one defendant made a slashing motion across his neck in a way meant to intimidate the witness.
FIFA Scandal Trial Begins In BrooklynThree former South American soccer officials are going on trial in a U.S. case highlighting widespread corruption in the sport's governing body.
FIFA Suspends Blatter, Platini For 90 DaysThe move by the FIFA ethics committee further taints Blatter's 40-year career at FIFA, including 17 years as president.
Crooks: Crazy Week In Soccer Is About To Get Even More Wild With Women's World CupAdmittedly, I am finding it difficult to focus on one particular soccer topic for this column. It has been an eventful week on multiple levels.
Embattled Sepp Blatter To Resign As President Of Scandal-Marred FIFAThe end for Sepp Blatter came suddenly, just days after he had seemingly solidified his hold on FIFA.
Crooks: NYCFC's Struggles In The Air Need To Be Addressed ImmediatelyNew York City FC has given up the first goal in nine of its 13 matches this season, in large part due to their lack of an intimidating force along their back line. That, however, could change soon.