BERLIN: Former German Football Association president Theo Zwanziger has filed a complaint against the Swiss attorney general's office for launching a money-laundering probe against him, his lawyer said Friday. The Swiss prosecutors opened their ... Times of India, 1 day ago
Football: Zwanziger files complaint over Swiss probe - Times of India, 1 day ago
Swiss prosecutors looking into corruption allegations surrounding the 2006 World Cup have conducted another series of raids. This came as the list of suspects grew to include a former senior FIFA official. The Swiss Attorney General's Office ...Deutsche Welle, 2 days ago Police swoop on former Fifa man in 2006 probe Business Live South Africa, 2 days ago Fifa World Cup 2006 probe: Police swoop on ex-executive, carry out fresh house searches Firstpost.com, 2 days ago Police swoop on ex-FIFA executive in 2006 World Cup probe Breitbart.com, 2 days ago
Urs Linsi Former FIFA secretary general Urs Linsi is being probed by Swiss authorities in connection with payments made surrounding the 2006 World Cup in Germany, with searches in Switzerland carried out last week, the Attorney General's office ...Ghana Business News, 2 days ago
The German FA and Joachim Löw have agreed to extend the national team coach's contract - at a time when it had not been expected. This is a good move for both sides, writes DW's Olivia Gerstenberger. The contract of German national team coach ...Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago A good move for both sides Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago
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