Exclusive: If I didn’t believe in FIFA’s integrity, I would resign, claims D’Hooghe

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By Andrew Warshaw

October 11 – Michel D’Hooghe, one of FIFA’s most experienced and respected policy shapers, has hit out at criticism of the scandal-hit organisation by saying not enough account is taken of the work it does to promote the game globally.

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