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Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad described FIFA as "dictators" on Tuesday for a headscarf ban in soccer that affects the women's team.
Acting CONCACAF president Lisle Austin has been suspended by the continental federation for allegedly violating rules.
Chuck Blazer is a dead ringer for Santa Claus, has a pet parrot that squawks in the background during phone calls, and blogs about his travels and those of his friends _ including Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Accompanied by Putin's own photos, no less.
Adidas has agreed to continue sponsoring FIFA despite lingering concerns about the crisis engulfing world soccer's governing body.
FIFA's newest vice president says soccer's governing body must abandon its culture of political intrigue after a series of corruption scandals.
The English Football Association has called on FIFA to postpone Wednesday's presidential election in the wake of the bribery scandal that led to Sepp Blatter's only challenger withdrawing.
CONCACAF reacted swiftly after its acting president tried to fire whistleblower Chuck Blazer just hours before FIFA's presidential election, telling the interim chief he did not have the authority to make such a move.
FIFA placed its own president under investigation Friday in a widening bribery scandal just days before he is scheduled to face re-election.
Sepp Blatter launched an impassioned defense of FIFA's integrity on Saturday, insisting world soccer's ruling body was not institutionally corrupt.