Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Soccer: FIFA bans former president of the Sao Tomean FA for 4 years in bribery case

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FIFA’s ethics committee has imposed a four-year ban on a soccer official for accepting a bribe, reportedly from former presidential candidate Mohamed bin Hammam. FIFA says Manuel Dende, former president of the Sao Tomean Football Association, is also fined 75,000 Swiss francs ($75,000). FIFA gave no details about the […]

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