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SBD Global/July 16, 2012/Leagues and Governing Bodies
German Football Official Demands That FIFA President Sepp Blatter Resign
Published July 16, 2012
BRAZIL: The DPA reported that the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) "will continue its collaboration" with ex-president Ricardo Teixeira despite his involvement in the FIFA bribery scandal. CBF President Jose Maria Marin said that "the allegations against Teixeira have nothing to do with his advising role for the CBF" (DPA, 7/13).