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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Mohamed Bin Hammam
FIFA's controversial choice of Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup is again under scrutiny amid calls to re-run the vote.
Organizers of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have denied fresh allegations of wrongdoing after a British newspaper report questioned the integrity of choosing the emirate as tournament host.
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.
In his first direct appeal to voters, FIFA president Sepp Blatter has asked them to reject revolution and re-elect him on June 1.
Sepp Blatter has made his first direct appeal to FIFA voters, urging them to reject "revolution" and re-elect him president on June 1.
After being confirmed as the only challenger to Sepp Blatter's 13-year rule of FIFA, Mohamed Bin Hammam said Monday that he hoped the presidential election June 1 would show the organization is not corrupt.
"To be fair to the Appeal Committee members though, as a consequence of our experiences with the Ethics Committee, we didn't make serious efforts to prove my innocence this time around," bin Hammam wrote.