Former FIFA official Champagne issues blueprint for reform

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By Andrew Warshaw

January 16 – One of FIFA’s most prominent former administrators Jérôme Champagne (pictured) has broken a two-year silence by issuing a hard-hitting assessment of why world football’s governing has become embroiled in such controversy and what steps it should now take to regain global credibility.

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Warner claims he has written evidence to prove TV rights were given to him by FIFA for votes

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By Duncan Mackay

January 13 – FIFA tonight found itself at the centre of more astonishing allegations from former vice-president Jack Warner over the decision to award him World Cup television rights for as little as $1 (£0.65/€0.77), including the Trinidadian claiming he had written evidence that they were given to him in return for votes for Sepp Blatter in his election campaigns.

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