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FIFA anti-corruption adviser resigns

April 22, 2013
By ESPN staff
FIFA anti-corruption adviser Alexandra Wrage has quit her role because of a perceived lack of progress from the organisation in improving its internal transparency.



Wrage, the president of international compliance expert TRACE, had taken up a role on an advisory board that was designed to aid the introduction of modernising reforms in the wake of bribery and World Cup vote-buying scandals.

However, she has now left the position after becoming frustrated by FIFA's ...

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