March 10, 2018
Platini has also appealed to this court.Ocampo, now a rs gold Harvard University professor, said Blatter wassupposed to be an example for world football. "The problem ishis silence," he said. "As president of FIFA, he had to be anexample. Even if he was not involved, why was he silent?"
The two-hour-long event was interrupted by protestsincluding from people shouting "FIFA must go" and a bannerreading "Slave Labor", a reference to Qatar's stadium buildingahead of the 2022 World Cup that has been criticised by groupsincluding Amnesty International for human rights abuses.They were removed by security.
FIFA said last month it paid Blatter 3.63 million francslast year, publishing his salary for the first time under newgovernance regulations.FIFA also announced it lost $122 million in 2015, its firstdeficit since 2002, attributing that mainly to the costs ofbattling the worst graft scandal in its history.In February, FIFA elected Gianni.
Infantino, a former UEFAgeneral secretary, to replace Blatter.He has vowed to lead FIFA reforms, but Swiss police raidedUEFA headquarters this month to seize information about acontract disclosed in the Panama Papers that he signed. He hasdenied wrongdoing. ($1 = 0.9672 Swiss francs) (Editing by Tom Heneghan) Infantino continues to deny wrongdoing in TV deal | Daily Mail Online.
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