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PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidate Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa said that if he is elected he will examine the role of the U.S law and consulting firms that were hired by the global football body in response to a U.S. Department of Justice probe of corruption in the sport.
LONDON (Reuters) - FIFA faces a "catastrophic" future if the wrong man is elected head of world football's governing body, presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein said on Tuesday when he published his election manifesto.
(Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Hussein has said he will make public all financial documents at football's world governing body if he is elected.
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.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Athletics was struggling to compete for funding with money-spinning sports such as football and baseball even before the latest doping scandal; but that task has now grown much harder despite the booming popularity of amateur running.
(Reuters) - The head of world athletics Sebastian Coe says he faces a long battle to rebuild trust in his battered sport and has stepped up reform efforts after the latest allegations of bribery, extortion and doping cover-ups.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sebastian Coe has long been one of the most outspoken critics of doping in athletics yet the newly-elected president of the sport's governing body has remained silent this week in the face of potentially its most damning drugs scandal yet.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Major sponsors of world football went too far when they issued calls last month for the resignation of FIFA President Sepp Blatter, South African businessman Tokyo Sexwale and candidate to succeed Blatter, said on Tuesday.
GENEVA (Reuters) - European clubs are as much in the dark as everyone else over UEFA president Michel Platini's campaign for the FIFA presidency, the head of their association said on Tuesday.