- Associated Press - Friday, June 3, 2016

ZURICH (AP) - Details of salaries and bonuses paid to former FIFA officials, as revealed by the governing body on Friday:

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SEPP BLATTER

Status: Elected president in 1998, re-elected four times, suspended in October 2015, banned from soccer in December 2015 for eight years, reduced to six years on appeal.

Feb. 5, 2008: Annual salary of 2 million Swiss francs, annual expenses of 500,000 Swiss francs.

Dec. 1, 2010: 2010 World Cup bonus of 11 million Swiss francs.

Oct. 19, 2011: 2014 World Cup bonus of 12 million Swiss francs.

Oct. 3, 2013: Annual bonus of 1.5 million Swiss francs.

May 30, 2015: Annual salary of 3 million Swiss francs; annual bonus of 1.5 million Swiss francs; performance bonus after completing 4-year term of 12 million Swiss francs.

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JEROME VALCKE

Status: Fired by FIFA in 2006, re-hired as secretary general in 2007, fired for a second time in September 2015.

July 2, 2007: Monthly salary of 61,000 Swiss francs; guaranteed bonus of 500,000 Swiss francs; bonus of 6 million Swiss francs over six years.

Nov. 12, 2008: Monthly salary of 100,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 300,000 Swiss francs.

Dec. 1, 2008: Annual bonus of 2.5 million Swiss francs; monthly salary of 65,000 Swiss francs; 2010 World Cup bonus of 9 million Swiss francs.

April 30, 2011: Monthly salary of 120,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 500,000 Swiss francs.

Oct. 19, 2011: 2014 World Cup bonus of 10 million Swiss francs.

Dec. 7, 2011: Monthly accommodation subsidy of 16,000 Swiss francs.

June 10, 2014: 2018 World Cup bonus of 11 million Swiss francs.

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MARKUS KATTNER

Status: Hired as finance director in 2003, appointed acting secretary general 2015, fired in May 2016.

July 2, 2007: Monthly salary of 40,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 50,000 Swiss francs.

Nov. 12, 2008: Monthly salary of 60,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 75,000 Swiss francs.

Dec. 1, 2010: 2010 World Cup bonus of 3 million Swiss francs.

April 30, 2011: Monthly salary of 80,000 Swiss francs; annual bonus of 100,000 Swiss francs.

Oct. 19, 2011: 2014 World Cup bonus of 4 million Swiss francs.

June 10, 2014: 2018 World Cup bonus of 4.5 million Swiss francs.

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