Julius Baer to pay nearly $80 million in FIFA corruption case

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(Reuters) - Julius Baer has made an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) to settle allegations over its role in corruption surrounding global...

FIFA faces increasingly crowded legal fixture list

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(France 24) - The suspended sentence for Jerome Valcke, the former FIFA number two, in a corruption verdict on Friday in Switzerland may have...

FIFA Fines Arsenal Over Transfer Sell-On Clauses

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(Sports Illustrated) - Arsenal was fined 40,000 Swiss francs ($42,300) by FIFA and warned about its conduct regarding player transfers after the club used...

FERW: Government must not remain neutral on who owns the UK’s top football clubs

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The prospective sale of Newcastle United to a consortium that is 80-per-cent-owned by the Saudi Arabia has been thrown into doubt following a 130-page...

Impeachment starts against top Swiss prosecutor in FIFA case

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(DailyMail) - Swiss lawmakers voted Wednesday to open an impeachment process against attorney general Michael Lauber for his conduct during investigations linked to world soccer...

Russia face new football scandal as WADA and FIFA uncover evidence of state-sponsored doping...

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(DailyMail) - Fresh evidence that Russian footballers were helped to cheat during their nation's state-sponsored doping scandal will arrive at FIFA within weeks. The World Anti-Doping Agency told...

FERW: Premier League should not reward bad behaviour with ownership of football clubs or...

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With the sale of Newcastle United to an 80-per-cent-owned Saudi Arabian-led consortium, expected to complete in the next few weeks, it has been reported...

World Cup TV Rights, Host Vote Bribes Back in Focus in Fresh FIFA Scandal...

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(Sports Illustrated) - It’s been five years since the United States Department of Justice shocked the sports world by indicting nine FIFA officials and...

Swiss Trial over 2006 FIFA World Cup Bid Threatened by COVID-19

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(OCCRP) - The Swiss trial of four former soccer officials over alleged fraud in Germany’s bid to host the 2006 World Cup could be discontinued if...

Swiss Regulator Censures Julius Baer in FIFA Money Laundering Case

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(The Wall Street Journal) - Switzerland’s market watchdog criticized private bank Julius Baer Gruppe AG on Thursday in connection with money-laundering claims involving the FIFA soccer...

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