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  1. Probably won't be hard to fill up a whole thread on general corruption within FIFA. In today's news, our buddy Jack continues to reap it in: World Cup bid team compensated boss's wife with pearl pendant Excerpt: "AUSTRALIA'S World Cup bid team gave the wife of FIFA vice-president Jack Warner a pearl necklace last year after a complaint from Mr Warner that she had missed out on pearl jewellery given 14 months before to the wives of other FIFA officials. The gift was given after the formal World Cup bidding period had begun and when the Football Federation of Australia was seeking support for its bid from Mr Warner, who is on the FIFA executive committee that will decide later this year on who will host the 2018 and 2022 soccer World Cup. The FFA said the gift - with an estimated value of $2000 - complied with FIFA rules, which specify that gifts must be incidental or symbolic in value. The Age yesterday revealed how the FFA paid tens of thousands of dollars for the Trinidad and Tobago under-20 soccer team to travel to Cyprus last year in a gesture warmly received by Mr Warner."
  2. Something is rotten in the State of Denmark> Sorry Make that the City of Birmingham.* http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/mattslater/2011/06/carson_crisis_leaves_blues_adr.html Aparently, or should that be aledgedly, When Mr Yeung PASSED the Fit and proper persons test in order to buy the blues all he needed was a copy of his passport and a bank statement showing he had $60Million CanadianDollars in the Bank. This rule also applied to Waldorf and Stadler during their tenure at Anfield. Hackers and frauders of the world should now note that this has been rule has been tighten up and that the Money in the Bank account has to truely be yours! * Stratfford upon Avon is realativley speakig within the neighbourhood of Birmingham, hence the refences to "The Bard."
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