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Qatar World Cup 2022 loss would cost $16bn - report
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Qatar's World Cup bid to be fully investigated

There are allegations that former Qatari football boss Mohamed bin Hammam paid millions of dollars in bribes to secure support for Qatar's deeply controversial victory in a 2010 Fifa vote. PHOTO: AFP SEOUL: Fifa's Asian commercial partners said ... The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
Qatar World Cup 2022 loss would cost $16bn - report Arabian Business, 2 weeks ago
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Qatar chiefs hit back

Qatar 2022 chiefs have defended their relationship with Mohamed bin Hammam Qatar 2022 chiefs have claimed their right to a fair hearing by FIFA's ethics investigator is being undermined. Michael Garcia, a US lawyer, is investigating the bidding ...
 MSN UK1 month ago Qatar chiefs hit back, claim right to fair hearing 'undermined'  Breaking News.ie1 month ago
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More »Asian Football - AFC merges presidency with FIFA vice president's role

Bahrain's Sheikh Salman won a lop-sided election last year to replace disgraced Qatari Mohamed Bin Hammam, who was banned for life by FIFA in 2011 for corruption, for a two-year term at the helm of the continent's governing body of the sport. The ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 month ago AFC head to become FIFA vice-president  Deccan Herald1 month ago AFC merges presidency with FIFA vice-president's role  Malaysian Insider1 month ago AFC presidency merged with larger Fifa role  Gulf Daily News1 month ago
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Sponsors' unrest

The corporate titans urged football's rulers to probe claims that former Qatari football boss Mohamed bin Hammam paid millions of dollars in bribes to secure support for a deeply controversial victory in a 2010 Fifa vote. The two companies, ...
 Hong Kong Standard1 month ago Negative tenor scaring FIFA sponsors  NEWS.com.au1 month ago

CAF threatening to take legal action for defamation over World Cup corruption allegations

The Sunday Times newspaper has claimed that banned former Qatari official Mohamed bin Hammam targeted Hayatou and other African football leaders with cash, luxury trips and other gifts and favors to support Qatar's successful World Cup bid. Hayatou ...
 FOXNews.com1 month ago CAF considers legal action over corruption claims  Al Ahram1 month ago

Fall of Qatari magnate closely follows FIFA’s shattered reputation

The Qatari construction magnate Mohammed bin Hammam was in 2011 cast out from his gilded position at the commanding heights of world footballs governing body. His fall closely traces the arc of FIFAs shattered reputation, and the melting credibility of his ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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Times: Bin Hammam offered deals and favours to buy Asian votes

09 Jun 2014 LONDON — Fifa's decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar came under further scrutiny as a British newspaper published new allegations that Mohamed Bin Hammam used his wealth and top-level contacts to buy ...
 The Witness1 month ago New claims of corruption in Qatar Cup vote  China.org.cn1 month ago
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Communications purport to show series of payments to officials by Mohamed bin Hammam, who was Fifas member for Qatar Share inShare 62 Email Mark Tran and Rowena Mason theguardian.com, Sunday 1 June 2014 11.20 BST Mohamed Bin Hammam and Sepp Blatter meet in Doha, in 2010. Mohamed Bin Hammam and Sepp Blatter meet in Doha, in 2010. Photograph: Mohammed Dabbous/Reuters Fifa is facing calls to rerun the bidding competition for the 2022 World Cup after allegations that a former top Qatari football official paid $5m (£2.98m) to win support for the nations campaign to host the event. Labour said Qatar should lose the 2022 World Cup and urged those involved to resign if the Fifa corruption allegations detailed in the Sunday Times were true. Clive Efford, the shadow sport minister, said the new revelations called the governance of football into question. No one will have any confidence in a Fifa investigation run by Sepp Blatter, he said. If these allegations are true then those involved should resign. Lord Macdonald, the former director of public prosecutions, described Fifa as a bit of a cesspit and suggested there was evidence of a very serious crime following the reports. He told Sky Newss Murnaghan programme: The idea of another voting session with all this money sloshing around is almost too much to bear. But on the other hand, if I can pretend to be a prosecutor again for a minute, this is evidence of a very serious crime. And the fact that the allegation is that they used dollars, US dollars, means that the justice department in Washington has jurisdiction over this … the United States of course are in the World Cup finals. If the justice department started to take an interest in this, I think Fifa would feel the heat very, very quickly. The Sunday Times said it had obtained millions of emails and other documents relating to alleged payments made by Mohamed bin Hammam, the then Fifa executive member for Qatar. The paper said Bin Hammam, also the former Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president, used slush funds to pay out the cash to top football officials to win a groundswell of support for Qatars World Cup bid. John Whittingdale, chairman of the House of Commons culture, media and sport select committee, called for the bidding competition to be held again and said it would be impossible for Fifa to brush aside the revelations. It is a further demonstration of the need for a complete change in the way that Fifa operates but also that there is now an overwhelming case that the decision as to where the World Cup should be held in 2022 should be run again, Whittingdale told the paper. The sports minister, Helen Grant, said: These appear to be very serious allegations. It is essential that major sporting events are awarded in an open, fair and transparent manner. The allegations come less than two weeks before the start of the World Cup in Brazil and bring fresh scrutiny on the 2010 vote, which gave footballs biggest tournament to the tiny desert state. The process is under investigation by Fifas independent ethics prosecutor, Michael Garcia. Qatar has also come under fire for its labour laws, in the wake of an international outcry over conditions for migrant workers before the 2022 World Cup, which followed a Guardian investigation into workplace abuse in the Gulf state. Bin Hammam is no longer a committee member of world footballs governing body after being caught up in a corruption scandal surrounding his failed campaign for its presidency in 2011. The Sunday Times alleged that he exploited his position as an executive committee member to help to secure votes from key members of its 24

Fifa faces call to vote again over 2022 World Cup after leaked Qatari emails Communications purport to show series of payments to officials by Mohamed bin Hammam, who was Fifa's member for Qatar Fifa is facing calls to rerun the bidding competition for the ...
 Current News India1 month ago

SONY : Pressure mounts on Fifa after new claims: Fresh allegations over Qatari World Cup bid as key sponsor Sony demands full investigation

Qatar's former Fifa vice-president Mohamed bin Hammam came under fresh scrutiny last night over claims he used his top level contacts in the Qatari royal family and government to arrange deals and favours to secure the World Cup for his country. ...
 4 Traders1 month ago Pressure mounts on Fifa after new Qatar World Cup claims  Big News Network1 month ago
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Qatar deny connection to Bin Hammam, 2022 World Cup bibes

Qatar's 2022 football World Cup organisers vehemently denied any wrong-doing after a British newspaper alleged a top official paid more than $5 million (Dh18.3m) to secure support in the bidding process. The Sunday Times said it had obtained ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 month ago
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