Latest FIFA World Cup 2018 News

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FIFA demands evidence of corruption

ESPNsoccernet staff | May, 11 2011

FIFA has urged the Football Association and the Sunday Times newspaper to provide reports and evidence that there was impropriety in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process.

Richards: I was shocked by Warner proposals

Harry Harris, Football Correspondent | May, 11 2011

FA international committee chairman Sir Dave Richards has revealed to ESPNsoccernet that he was astounded when Jack Warner made his demands in front of Lord Triesman, as the former bid leader for the 2018 World Cup was making his pitch for the FIFA executive committee member's vote.

Warner attacks Triesman over claims

May, 11 2011

FIFA vice-president Jack Warner says he "laughed like hell'' at Lord Triesman's claims that he asked for money to build an education centre at an estimated cost of £2.5 million.

FIFA chief Valcke questions Triesman timing

ESPNsocccernet staff | May, 11 2011

FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke has gone on the defensive after Lord Triesman's allegations of corruption, questioning why the England 2018 bid chairman did not bring his claims to the table before.

Warner hits back at Triesman claims

ESPNsoccernet staff | May, 10 2011

FIFA executive committee member Jack Warner has hit back at the allegations of corruption from former Football Association chairman Lord Triesman.

Triesman accuses FIFA execs of impropriety

ESPNsoccernet staff | May, 10 2011

Former Football Association chairman Lord Triesman has lifted the lid on the 2018 World Cup bidding process, accusing four executive committee members of requesting gifts in return for votes.

Triesman to lift lid on England 2018 failure?

Harry Harris, Football Correspondent | May, 9 2011

Former FA chairman Lord Triesman is expected to blow the whistle on the bribes and backhanders he was asked for by those in a position to influence the voting on the 2018 World Cup bid, ESPNsoccernet can reveal.

Blatter to change World Cup voting system?

April, 30 2011

Sepp Blatter has claimed he wants to reform how FIFA selects World Cup hosts if he is re-elected as president.

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