Interpol issues wanted-person alert in FIFA probe

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Interpol says it has issued a wanted-person alert for six people in connection to the FIFA corruption probe. Two of them are former top FIFA officials in the Americas. CCTV-America’s Roee Ruttenberg filed this report from Washington.

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Interpol issues wanted-person alert in FIFA probe

Interpol says it has issued a wanted-person alert for six people in connection to the FIFA corruption probe. Two of them are former top FIFA officials in the Americas. CCTV-America's Roee Ruttenberg filed this report from Washington.


Dean Crutchfield on FIFA’s sponsors

For more on Sepp Blatter’s departure, CCTV America spoke with Dean Crutchfield Senior Vice President at Sterling Brands.

Dean Crutchfield on FIFA\'s sponsors

For more on Sepp Blatter's departure, CCTV America spoke with Dean Crutchfield Senior Vice President at Sterling Brands.


Jonathan Wilson on FIFA’s future

For more on the FIFA scandal, CCTV spoke to Jonathan Wilson. He’s an editor for a football quarterly publication and author of Inverting the Pyramid: The History of Football Tactics. The book went on to win Best Football Book honors at the British Sports Book Awards.

Jonathan Wilson on FIFA\'s future

For more on the FIFA scandal, CCTV spoke to Jonathan Wilson. He's an editor for a football quarterly publication and author of Inverting the Pyramid: The History of Football Tactics. The book went on to win Best Football Book honors at the British Sports Book Awards.


Investigation sends shock waves throughout South America
Much of the FBI’s investigation into FIFA’s corruption involves South American football officials. The scandal keeps sending shock waves throughout the continent. CCTV’ s Paulo Cabral has more from Brazil.

Investigation sends shock waves through South America

Much of the FBI's investigation into FIFA's corruption involves South American football officials. The scandal keeps sending shock waves throughout the continent. CCTV' s Paulo Cabral has more from Brazil.


Blatter’s resignation may be the first step in the FIFA corruption scandal

Disgraced FIFA President Sepp Blatter was given a ten-minute standing ovation by some 400 supporters when he returned to its headquarters in Zurich on Wednesday. It comes just 24 hours after the 79-year-old announced his resignation as the organization’s president. CCTV America’s Dan Williams filed this report from Zurich.

Blatter’s resignation may be the first step in the FIFA corruption scandal

For more on the FIFA scandal, CCTV spoke to Jonathan Wilson. He's an editor for a football quarterly publication and author of Inverting the Pyramid: The History of Football Tactics. The book went on to win Best Football Book honors at the British Sports Book Awards.


2010 World Cup host South Africa denies bribes to FIFA
A huge scandal in world football is focusing on allegations that officials took bribes to ensure both Russia and Qatar won the rights to stage the tournaments. And there are new revelations that the staging of previous tournaments was also rigged. CCTV-America’s Owen Fairclough files the report.

2010 World Cup host South Africa denies bribes to FIFA

A huge scandal in world football is focusing on allegations that officials took bribes to ensure both Russia and Qatar won the rights to stage the tournaments. And there are new revelations that the staging of previous tournaments was also rigged. CCTV-America’s Owen Fairclough files the report. Read more: http://www.cctv-america.com/?p=59073&preview_id=59073#ixzz3c3CerDPk Watch us live anywhere at http://www.cctvamericalive.com Follow us: @cctv_america on Twitter | CCTVAmerica on Facebook