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U.S. requests extradition of 7 FIFA officials

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 By PA Sport

Banned FIFA executive Harold Mayne-Nicholls flags intention to appeal

Former Chilean football federation president and one-time FIFA presidency hopeful Harold Mayne-Nicholls receives a seven-year ban from football by the FIFA's Ethics Committee.

The head of FIFA's inspection team for the bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will appeal against a seven-year ban from football after it was revealed he asked for favours from Qatar.

Harold Mayne-Nicholls, 54, was in charge of the commission which assessed each bid and which rated Qatar, the winner of the vote to host the 2022 tournament, a high-risk option due to the searing summer heat.

A leaked email from FIFA's chief ethics investigator Cornel Borbely said Mayne-Nicholls "repeatedly asked...

Russia's interest in football at an all-time low, according to poll

Despite being named host of the 2018 World Cup, Russia's interest in football has fallen to an all-time low.

MOSCOW -- Even as Russia prepares to host the 2018 World Cup, football's popularity there is plummeting to record levels.

According to figures released Monday by state-run pollster VTsIOM, 73 percent of Russians say they are "indifferent" to football, the highest proportion the pollster has ever recorded. The figure was only 43 percent 10 years ago.

Just eight percent of Russians said they were dedicated football fans, halved from 16 percent ahead of last year's World Cup in Brazil.

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CONCACAF's attempt at reform raises serious questions

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer questions the impact CONCACAF's new reform will have.

CONCACAF announced a reform framework earlier on Monday, but a former member of FIFA's independent governance committee remains unimpressed, saying the announcement lacks sufficient detail to tell if it will result in real reform.

CONCACAF's proposed framework -- made in the wake of federal indictments to some of its top officials -- covers three areas including governance, fraud prevention and transparency. The governance section includes proposals for such things as an as yet unspecified number...

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FIFA bans World Cup bid inspector Harold Mayne-Nicholls

Switzerland's attorney general said his investigation into possible money laundering incidents relating to the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests would not exclude interviewing FIFA president Sepp Blatter and Secretary-General Jerome Valcke.
Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter could be interviewed by Swiss authorities investigating potential fraud surrounding the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the possibility of some confederations detaching themselves from FIFA.

The head of FIFA's inspection team for the bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups has been banned from football for seven years after it was revealed he asked for favours from Qatar.

Harold Mayne-Nicholls, 54, was in charge of the commission which assessed each bid and which rated Qatar, the winner of the vote to host the 2022 tournament, a high-risk option due to searing heat of the summer.

A leaked email from FIFA's chief ethics investigator Cornel Borbely said Mayne-Nicholls "repeatedly asked...

Yemen default World Cup qualifier for ineligible player

ZURICH -- FIFA has ordered Yemen to default a World Cup qualifying match for fielding a player who was technically banned.

FIFA says it awarded North Korea a 3-0 win over Yemen in an Asian second-round group-stage match on June 11.

North Korea had won 1-0 against a Yemen team including Mudir Al Radaei. He should have served a one-match ban for getting yellow cards in both legs of the previous round.

The game was played in Doha, Qatar, after FIFA ruled Yemen unsafe to host matches.

Yemen are last...