Anti-corruption advisers challenge FIFA to change

Associated Press
Anti-corruption advisers challenge FIFA to change

FILE - In this Friday, June 30, 2006 file photo Angel Maria Villar Llona, FIFA Vice President and Chairman of the Referees Committee gestures during a press conference in Berlin. FIFA anti-corruption adviser Mark Pieth believes European officials are blocking reforms in world football to further their own careers. Pieth told the Associated Press that he looked for influential UEFA members to show more independence as their president Michel Platini _ the favorite to lead FIFA in 2015 _ makes "unanimous declarations" on their behalf. (AP Photo/Franka Bruns, File)

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