FIFA impose life ban on former ethics committee member Ariel Alvarado for taking at least $230,000 in bribes
Ariel Alvarado received at least $230,000 in bribes linked to marketing deals, for World Cup qualifying games and the Gold Cup from 2009 to 2011, while he was a member of FIFA’s ethics committee
Teixeira, former son-in-law of long-time FIFA boss Joao Havelange and ex-head of the Brazilian football federation (CBF), was investigated in relation to contracts for media and marketing rights during the 2006-2012 period.
FIFA ban three officials including former Peru Football Federation Manuel Burga for life over involvement in corruption
Former Peru Football Federation Manuel Burga and Argentinian officials Eduardo Deluca and Jose Luis Meiszner took secret payments while allocating marketing and media contracts for regional competitions, FIFA said
Former South American football chief Nicolas Leoz passes away amidst ongoing investigation into FIFA corruption scandal involvement
Leoz had been under house arrest in Asuncion in connection with the scandal and was suspected of receiving millions of dollars in bribes in exchange for marketing and TV rights for games
FIFA sentence disgraced Brazilian football boss Jose Maria Marin to lifetime ban for involvement in wide-scale corruption
FIFA's ethics committee said in a statement that Marin had participated in various bribery schemes
The panel cleared Manuel Burga, former head of Peru's football federation and ex-FIFA development committee member, on one count of racketeering conspiracy on the seventh day of deliberations in New York.
FIFA Trials: From Sepp Blatter to Manuel Burga, former officials involved in the global corruption scandal
US prosecutors indicted 42 football and sports marketing executives for allegedly receiving millions of dollars in bribes and kickbacks.
It will be a hugely complicated trial, expected to last weeks if not months, with prosecutors expected to present 350,000 pages of evidence and dozens of witnesses.