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FIFA has demanded tens of millions of dollars in damages from the “sordid” officials now facing charges in the United States over mass bribery scandals that have rocked world football.
In a wide-ranging admission on the scope of corruption, just two weeks after Gianni Infantino replaced Sepp Blatter as its president, football’s governing body called on US authorities to investigate the assets of former FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb.
It said the Cayman Islands official was leading an “extravagant lifestyle” in a US home that may have been bought with bribes.
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