Corruption In Sports

Julio Rocha, jailed former Nicaragua soccer boss, dies at 67

Jan 13, 2018

Julio Rocha, the jailed former president of the Nicaraguan Football Federation, who was convicted in the United States in a corruption scandal at FIFA, has died

Russian skier waits for Olympic invite in clean Alpine team

Jan 12, 2018

Placing second in a World Cup race on Friday, unheralded Russian skier Pavel Trikhichev looked a candidate for an Olympic medal next month

UEFA bans 6 Malta players, including 2 for life, over fixing

Jan 9, 2018

UEFA bans six members of Malta's under-21 team for match-fixing offenses, with two players banished from soccer for life

'You are a fake': Conte ramps up feud with Mourinho

Jan 6, 2018

The feud between two of the Premier League's most high-profile managers intensified on Saturday

Lawyer: FIFA not seeking whistleblower's Russia doping info

Dec 29, 2017

FIFA has made no attempt to contact Russian doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov to gain information about "many" footballers embroiled in the widespread conspiracy

The Latest: Lawyer thought FIFA conviction was imminent

Dec 26, 2017

New York jury acquits former president of Peru's soccer federation in trial that examined corruption at the sport's highest levels

US jury acquits Peruvian defendant in FIFA bribery case

Dec 26, 2017

A New York jury has acquitted a former South American soccer official in the FIFA scandal

Former Peruvian soccer official is acquitted at U.S. trial stemming from FIFA bribery scandal

Dec 26, 2017

Former Peruvian soccer official is acquitted at U.S. trial stemming from FIFA bribery scandal

Column: Infantino must prove FIFA commitment to cleaning up

Dec 23, 2017

As the first FIFA trial concludes in New York, and a former vice president is sent to jail, the governing body is still far from showing the corrupt culture that infected soccer has been eradicated

The Latest: FIFA says it will seek restitution in bribe case

Dec 22, 2017

World soccer's governing body says it is will seek compensation and a share of the cash illegally gained by two officials convicted in the FIFA bribery trial.


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