Chris Eaton, centre, FIFA head of Security, addresses a press conference in Harare, Monday, Sept, 26, 2011, flanked by Zimbabwe Football Association deputy President, Dumiso Gumede, left, and a board ... more 
Chris Eaton, centre, FIFA head of Security, addresses a press conference in Harare, Monday, Sept, 26, 2011, flanked by Zimbabwe Football Association deputy President, Dumiso Gumede, left, and a board member of the Football Association, Elliot Kasu, right. The head of security for the world football body FIFA called Monday on players and officials involved in match fixing to step forward with the truth to help in the sentencing of bans from the game. Chris Eaton, winding up a trip to Zimbabwe where the sport has been mired in corruption allegations, said football had become "the victim of its own popularity" and was under attack by massive gambling syndicates worldwide. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi) less 
1 / 1
Associated Press | Photo By Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi
Mon, Sep 26, 2011 3:20 PM EDT