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NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former high-ranking football official in the Americas pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges in a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme at the heart of a U.S. investigation into corruption in the sport's world governing body.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Banned UEFA president Michel Platini could face further investigation from FIFA's Ethics Committee after attending an awards ceremony and conference in Dubai despite being barred from "all football activity".
(Reuters) - Twenty-seven football officials are under indictment in the United States over allegations they ran bribery schemes totalling as much as $200 million (£132 million) in the sale of television and marketing rights for football tournaments and matches.
TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - The United States government has made a formal extradition request to Honduras for the country's former President Rafael Callejas over his suspected links to the FIFA corruption scandal, the Honduran government said on Thursday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors are charging ex-soccer official Ariel Alvarado of Panama in the next stage of their sweeping criminal case over allegations of corruption in the sport, sources familiar with the matter said.
ZURICH (Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidate Tokyo Sexwale says he wants national teams to be able to wear sponsors' names on their shirts at an expanded World Cup tournament.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Netherlands and Belgium have sought legal advice over whether to seek compensation for the cost of their abortive World Cup bid after discovering the choice of Russia for the 2018 finals was pre-planned.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chilean Football Association (ANFP) president Sergio Jadue has taken a 30-day medical leave, the ANFP has said amid media speculation his decision could be linked to the FIFA corruption probe.
MIAMI (Reuters) - A leading member of FIFA's reform committee, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, says up to 40 percent of the reform proposals made by ethics and compliance chief Domenico Scala could be rejected, including plans for term limits for top executives.