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FIFA mum on Sepp Blatter's Women's World Cup travel plans

Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter could be interviewed by Swiss authorities investigating potential fraud surrounding the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Switzerland's attorney general said his investigation into possible money laundering incidents relating to the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests would not exclude interviewing FIFA president Sepp Blatter and Secretary-General Jerome Valcke.
The ESPN FC crew respond to reports that Sepp Blatter is considering running for FIFA president again, while Shaka Hislop is not surprised in the least bit.

With one week to go, FIFA would not confirm whether Sepp Blatter will attend the Women's World Cup Final in Canada following dual investigations into the sport's governing body by U.S. and Swiss justice authorities.

Blatter would normally attend the final and hand over the trophy to the captain of the winning team but FIFA will not confirm whether he or secretary general Jerome Valcke will attend.

A FIFA spokesperson said: "In terms of the FIFA president and the FIFA secretary general, their future...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Cyle Larin goal helps Canada win World Cup qualifier, El Salvador draw

Canada rode goals from MLS players Cyle Larin and Russell Teibert to a first-leg 2-0 win on the road over Dominica in their CONCACAF World Cup qualification opener.

Orlando City rookie Larin started things off at the five-minute mark to get the visitors on the board. Teibert, who plays for the Vancouver Whitecaps, added an insurance goal in the 64th minute.

The team's will meet again for the second leg on June 15 at BMO Field in Toronto.

El Salvador earned a 2-2 draw against St. Kitts and Nevis...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FIFA to allow Europe to bid for 2026 World Cup, damaging U.S. hopes

ESPN FC's Craig Burley does not believe boycotting the 2018 World Cup will do any good, following the fallout from Sepp Blatter's re-election for a fifth term as FIFA president.

North American countries' hopes of hosting the 2026 World Cup were dealt a blow on Saturday after FIFA decided to allow confederations to host the event eight years after the World Cup is played in their continent.

Last week, FIFA were debating whether to extend that limit to one World Cup per confederation every 12 years, which would have prevented European countries from hosting in 2026 after Russia hosts in 2018.

Asian countries will not be allowed to bid for the 2026 World Cup after Qatar hosts...

U.S. to vote against Sepp Blatter in FIFA election, says Sunil Gulati

The ESPN FC panel talk FIFA presidential elections, where Gab Marcotti believes Sepp Blatter still has a very strong case on winning the elections.
The ESPN FC crew preview FIFA's presidential vote, as Shaka Hislop and Craig Burley explain Sepp Blatter is unable to protect others in FIFA because he is only concerned about saving himself.
The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets on how Michel Platini is considered better than Sepp Blatter, what must change at FIFA and whether or not Shaka Hislop should run for President of the World.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley delves deeper into the two decades of "systematic corruption," following Sepp Blatter's statements that he will not resign as FIFA president.

The United States will vote for Jordan's Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein for FIFA president on Friday and not for the embattled Sepp Blatter, despite the potential for reprisals in future World Cup bids if the incumbent is re-elected.

U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati believes that Prince Ali can unseat Blatter when the organization votes for its leader in Zurich.

Gulati, speaking on a conference call with reporters a day after 14 current and former FIFA executives and associates were indicted on an array...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

CONCACAF provisionally bans indicted president Jeffrey Webb

CONCACAF has provisionally banned president Jeffrey Webb one day after his U.S. indictment on corruption charges, the organizing body announced on Thursday.

Webb led the confederation that oversaw football in North and Central America and the Caribbean for FIFA and was one of many officials arrested in Switzerland on Wednesday as the U.S. pursues charges tied to bribery over tournaments under his watch.

CONCACAF promoted senior vice president Alfredo Hawit of Honduras to replace Webb.