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Topic - Amos Adamu
FIFA said it will examine evidence from a British newspaper alleging that two executive committee members offered to sell their votes on World Cup hosts.
FIFA said will examine evidence from a British newspaper alleging that two executive committee members offered to sell their votes on World Cup hosts.
Adamu has said he will appeal his penalty.
Adamu told the reporters he wanted the money paid to him personally, saying: "Certainly if you are to invest that, that means you also want the vote."