SANTIAGO, Chile -- Chile's football federation says its president has officially resigned.
Sergio Jadue's resignation was announced Wednesday. It comes just hours after he traveled overnight to the United States amid a corruption investigation.
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Local television aired footage of Jadue arriving at Santiago's airport on Tuesday night. He declined to comment on whether he will be helping U.S. authorities who are investigating corruption in world football, saying only he is taking a vacation with his...
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SANTIAGO, Chile -- Sergio Jadue, the president of the Chilean football federation (ANFP), is taking a 30-day spell of medical leave.
His decision was revealed shortly before the country's investigative police said the authorities wanted to question him and other federation bosses.
Jadue's spell of leave was announced on the official ANFP website, hours after he had returned from a trip to Brazil, denying he had gone there to collaborate with the U.S. authorities in their investigation of corruption...