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FIFA wants four-year ban for Caribbean Football Union's Gordon Derrick

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FIFA wants Gordon Derrick to be banned for at least four years.

FIFA ethics prosecutors have asked for Caribbean football leader Gordon Derrick to be banned for at least four years for financial offences.

The ethics committee judging chamber said it had opened a formal case against Derrick, the president of the Caribbean Football Union, based on the prosecutors' final investigation report.

Derrick, the general secretary of Antigua and Barbuda's soccer federation, was previously barred from standing last year in the CONCACAF region's presidential election.


 By PA Sport

FIFA suspends Asian Confederation official Richard Lai after bribery plea

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Richard Lai is a member of FIFA's audit and compliance committee.

FIFA has provisionally suspended a senior Asian Football Confederation (AFC) official from all football-related activity for 90 days after he pleaded guilty to giving and taking bribes.

Guam Football Association president Richard Lai, a member of FIFA's audit and compliance committee, entered his plea at a New York court on Thursday.

He is a former member of the AFC's executive committee and still sits on the body's marketing committee.

Lai's ban, which comes into force immediately and can be extended...

AFC chief Richard Lai pleads guilty to bribery charges

Sam Borden joints Outside the Lines to preview the blockbuster WC bid between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.

A senior Asian Football Confederation official has pleaded guilty to charges related to the payment and acceptance of bribes in the 2011 FIFA presidential election.

Richard Lai, president of Guam's Football Association and still a member of the AFC's marketing committee and FIFA's audit and compliance committee, received $100,000 (£77,500) in bribes from an AFC official, the United States Department of Justice said on Thursday.

Lai, an American citizen, admitted receiving $100,000 in exchange...

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Bidding process for 2018, 2022 World Cups under investigation - report

Sam Borden joints Outside the Lines to preview the blockbuster WC bid between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.

Prosecutors in France have questioned former FIFA president Sepp Blatter as part of an investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, according to French outlet Le Monde.

The probe, carried out by France's National Public Prosecutor's Office, is looking into the awarding of the tournaments to Russia and Qatar respectively.

The newspaper says the office's inquiry is focused on allegations of corruption, and has been ongoing since last year.

Blatter spoke to investigators...

 By PA Sport

FIFA fines Albanian FA for fans setting off fireworks against Italy

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Albania's fans disrupted the World Cup qualifier against Italy.

FIFA has fined the Albanian Football Association 100,000 Swiss francs (£78,000) for the misbehaviour of its national team's fans during last month's World Cup qualifier against Italy in Palermo.

The hosts won the Group G game 2-0 but it was held up for eight minutes when Albania supporters threw fireworks, flares and smoke bombs on the pitch. Italian fans also set off flares during the game and the Italian FA has been fined nearly £12,000.

Albania has been fined by FIFA for fan incidents...

CONMEBOL chiefs put millions in personal, suspicious accounts - audit

Despite being sacked as Argentina head coach, Edgardo Bauza thinks and hopes they still qualify for the World Cup.
Nicolas Leoz transferred millions of dollars from CONMEBOL to personal accounts while president of the confederation.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- The leaders of South America's soccer confederation transferred $128.6 million between 2000 and 2015 to personal accounts, suspicious accounts, or unauthorized third-party accounts, according to an audit released on Wednesday by Ernst & Young.

According to the audit presented to the annual CONMEBOL congress in the Chilean capital, the confederation's former president Nicolas Leoz transferred $26.9 million to his personal accounts. Leoz was the president for 27 years until resigning...