Written by Jake Plenderleith on Wednesday May 17, 2017
Fifa, football's world governing body responsible for promoting and protecting the sport, has done more damage to the reputation of the game than any other organisation or individual.
The Zurich-based organisation has faced allegations of corruption at varying degrees of intensity since 2010, peaking with the arrest of Fifa officials in 2015. Even today investigations in the US, Switzerland and a host of other countries are ongoing into individuals at Fifa and other regional football associations.
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