Romario scores lead role in probe into Brazilian federation corruption


By Mark Baber
July 15 – Brazilian footballing legend turned politician Romario (pictured), who came to power on a platform of defending the rights of people with disabilities, has been appointed president of the Congressional Committee investigating corruption in the wake of the arrest of former Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) president Jose Maria Marin.

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