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Spanish, Brazilian Authorities Investigating Ricardo Teixeira For Suspected FIFA Corruption

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 20 / 17

Brazilian and Spanish federal prosecutors have reportedly begun "exchanging information about suspected corruption" by former Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) President Ricardo Teixeira, for whom an int'l arrest warrant is "apparently on the verge of being issued by Spanish authorities," accor...

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