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Sepp Blatter turns down request to give evidence

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has declined an invitation to give evidence about World Cup bidding allegations to a Parliamentary committee.

Mohamed Bin Hammam urges FA to vote for him

The English FA should reconsider their abstention from the FIFA presidential vote as they were forfeiting their right to affect change from within, candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam said today.

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Re-run of 2022 World Cup vote a possibility says Sepp Blatter

FIFA president Sepp Blatter refused to rule out a re-run of the 2022 World Cup bid vote if bribery allegations are proven after announcing that the whistleblower at the centre of the claims has agreed to go to FIFA to give evidence in person.

FA to abstain in Fifa presidential election

The Football Association will abstain in next month's FIFA presidential election.

FA turns away from backing Blatter election

The Football Association chairman David Bernstein as good as confirmed yesterday that his organisation would not be voting for the Fifa president Sepp Blatter in his bid to be re-elected next month.

Sepp Blatter receives boost to Fifa presidency bid

Sepp Blatter's bid to be re-elected as FIFA president has been given a further boost after the Oceania confederation confirmed their support for him at next month's election.

Bernstein in tight spot over Fifa president vote

FA chairman may abstain in June election as those accused by Lord Triesman deny bribery claims

Fifa call for evidence over bribe allegations

FIFA's leaders today expressed "extreme concern" at the latest allegations of World Cup bidding corruption and have asked the Football Association to provide a full report of the claims.

Jack Warner 'laughs like hell' at Lord Triesman allegations

Mohamed Bin Hammam, the FIFA presidential candidate who secured the 2022 World Cup for Qatar, today denied claims the country paid bribes for votes.

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Fifa royal wedding bribe claim denied

Prince William's spokesman has rejected claims by a Fifa member that he was invited to the royal wedding as an enticement to vote for England's 2018 World Cup bid.

Bin Hammam: I am not buying votes

Fifa presidential challenger Mohamed Bin Hammam claims he is "well placed" in the contest against Sepp Blatter and has denied he is attempting to buy votes by increasing financial help for national associations.

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