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Burzaco Provides Third Day Of Testimony In FIFA Corruption Trial

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 20 / 17

Alejandro Burzaco, the U.S. government's first witness in the FIFA corruption trial, appeared for a third day in federal court in N.Y. on Thursday, following the suicide of a former associate in Argentina whom he implicated in his testimony earlier last week, according to Rebecca Ruiz of the N.Y. TI...

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