The British Government has weighed into the FIFA controversy by urging the world governing body to publish Michael Garcia's report into the bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups in full.
Sajid Javid MP, the secretary of state for culture, media and sport, has written to FIFA president Sepp Blatter saying the report should be made public in the interests of transparency.
United States attorney Garcia, FIFA's chief ethics investigator, has compiled a 430-page report into the bidding for the 2018...
BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke acknowledged on Tuesday that it will take "years to rebuild our reputation'' following the World Cup bidding corruption investigation.
But Valcke insisted that Sony and Emirates Airlines are not ending their FIFA sponsorships to protest against allegations of bribery and favour-seeking that have engulfed world football in the four years since Russia was awarded the 2018 World Cup and Qatar was voted the 2022 hosts.
FIFA report: The fallout
- Valcke: FIFA reputation has been damaged
- Sony 'to end FIFA sponsorship'
- FIFA agrees to review corruption report
- WATCH: Auclair dismisses report as 'farce'
- FIFA files criminal complaint over bids
- Garcia lodges appeal against report
- Marcotti: Will football leave FIFA behind?
- Smith: Only fans have power to change FIFA
- Qatar whistleblower condemns report
- FA Chief: Process 'a joke'
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