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FIFA press conference: The key points

2015-05-27 11:12

Cape Town - FIFA held a press conference at the headquarters on Wednesday where FIFA’s Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Walter De Gregorio, answered questions from the media.

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FIFA officials were arrested in a dawn raid in Switzerland.

Swiss police on Wednesday raided FIFA's headquarters in Zurich, seizing documents and data, the Swiss attorney-general's office said.

The raids were part of an investigation already underway into money laundering and fraud involving FIFA's awarding of the 2018 and 2022 Soccer World Cups to Russia and Qatar respectively, a statement said.

Key points from the conference:

Watch the press conference here:


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