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Honigstein: WC scandal fallout continues


Franz Beckenbauer returns to TV role, confirms Freshfields talks

DFB interim president Reinard Rauball and treasurer Reinard Grindel have spoken about the future of the governing body amid the scandal over the awarding of the 2006 World Cup.

Franz Beckenbauer confirmed he has spoken to investigators about the 2006 World Cup scandal as he resumed his role as a pundit on German television.

Beckenbauer has not worked on Sky TV since mid-October, when Der Spiegel raised questions over a controversial €6.7 million payment made by the German Football Association's (DFB) World Cup organising committee, which he had led.

However, the honorary Bayern Munich president was back in the job ahead of Tuesday's Champions League action, saying:...

Franz Beckenbauer to be questioned over 2006 World Cup - report

Politician Ozcan Mutlu has said Beckenbauer 'buried his head in the sand' by not talking about the German football scandal.
Franz Beckenbauer has been linked to the 2006 World Cup scandal, which Raphael Honigstein says stains Franz's legacy.

External investigator Freshfields is set to question Franz Beckenbauer about his role in the 2006 World Cup scandal, according to Suddeutsche Zeitung.

Honorary Bayern Munich president Beckenbauer, who was head of the World Cup organising committee, has faced a series of questions over his role in securing the tournament for Germany.

The situation led Wolfgang Niersbach, who was also on the organising committee, to resign his role as president of the German FA (DFB) earlier this month.

Sources have...

Franz Beckenbauer criticises new German FA leaders over lack of class

Franz Beckenbauer has been linked to the 2006 World Cup scandal, which Raphael Honigstein says stains Franz's legacy.

Franz Beckenbauer has hit out at the new German FA (DFB) leaders, and told Suddeutsche Zeitung they did not answer a letter in which he offered to talk to them about the ongoing 2006 World Cup scandal.

Last month, German weekly Der Spiegel reported that ahead of the vote for the host country of the 2006 World Cup in 2000, a slush fund of 10.3 million Swiss francs (about $6m at that time) -- with a financial injection from former Adidas CEO Robert Louis-Dreyfus -- was set up to buy the votes of Asian...