FIFA and corruption? Stop it.
It’s seemingly all we’ve heard about since the initial set of indictments from United States Attorney General Lorretta Lynch. However, since the arrests of key officials involved with FIFA’s executive committee and various confederations around the globe not much has really happened in the legal process.
That may be changing soon, as a new AP report sheds light on potentially bad news for outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter and Lynch’s speech in Zurich on Monday.
Lynch made it very clear that a second round of arrests were about to come down, while also refusing to comment on the status of Blatter and criminal investigation.
However, Lynch also made it very clear without using his name that Blatter could be in for some serious trouble in the very near future as well.
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