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Russia blasts U.S. over FIFA corruption case

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop details former FIFA Vice President and CONCACAF president Jack Warner's indictment in the FIFA corruption probe.
ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman and Ian Darke agree that FIFA should reconsider the locations of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
ESPN FC's Ian Darke and Taylor Twellman do not see any escape from blame for the charges of corruption that have happened under FIFA president Sepp Blatter's watch.
The FBI raided the headquarters of the soccer body CONCACAF in Miami Beach on Wednesday.
U.S. Chief of Criminal Investigation Richard Weber and FBI Director James B. Comey detail the ways in which FIFA officials transferred bribes totaling over $151 million in exchange for votes and other kickbacks.
Today's arrests on federal corruption charges are the latest in a string of controversies surrounding FIFA. E:60 reports with Jeremy Schaap recently examined the most powerful man in sports, Sepp Blatter, and his leadership of FIFA..
U.S. Attorney Kelly T. Currie expands on CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb's involvement in soliciting and collecting bribes from sports marketing executives.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch reveals all of the details and evidence used against the nine former and current FIFA executives and five corporate executives indicted on corruption charges.
ESPN's Jeremy Schaap believes that Sepp Blatter has too much backing to not be re-elected as FIFA President on Friday.

Russia has accused the United States of acting illegally following the FBI-led investigation in Zurich.

The 2018 World Cup is due to be played in Russia and while that fact does not appear to be under threat at the moment the Russian foreign ministry was clearly unimpressed with the US's actions.

"Without going into the details of the accusations ... this is clearly another case of illegal exterritorial use of U.S. law," said a statement on the website of the Russian foreign ministry.

"We hope...

Russia cuts 2018 World Cup budget by more than $70 million

MOSCOW -- The Russian government has cut its budget for the 2018 World Cup by more than $70 million.

When Russia won the bid to host the event, its economy was booming. But under the pressure of Western sanctions and low oil prices, the economy has suffered over the past year and concerns are high about the financial burden of the World Cup.

The government website says the budget will be cut by 3.6 billion rubles ($71 million) to 660.5 billion rubles ($13.2 billion). The savings is to come from lowering...

FIFA defers vote on continent rotation for World Cup bids

As Russia will host the 2018 World Cup, a new FIFA rule could exclude Europe from 2026 bidding.

ZURICH -- FIFA has deferred a decision on potentially limiting which continents can bid to host the 2026 World Cup.

FIFA's executive committee met on Monday and had the option of blocking bids from confederations which hosted one of the two previous tournaments.

The panel meets again on Saturday.

As Russia will host the 2018 World Cup, the rule could exclude Europe from 2026 bidding. The United States, Canada and Mexico are likely candidates.

FIFA says the executive committee decided that the 2026...

Russia Football Union issues ultimatum to Fabio Capello

Russia coach Fabio Capello has been told that his team's target should be a World Cup semifinal at home in 2018.

MOSCOW -- Russia coach Fabio Capello has been told that his team's target should be a World Cup semifinal at home in 2018.

Sergei  tepashin, a former prime minister who is a key power-broker at the Russian Football Union, says he has made his expectations clear to the veteran Italian coach following last year's group stage exit at the World Cup in...

Russia mulls use of prison labour for 2018 World Cup

E:60 examines the most powerful man in sports and his leadership of the organization overseeing world football.
E:60 examines the most powerful man in sports and his leadership of the organization overseeing world soccer.
E:60 examines the most powerful man in sports and his leadership of the organization overseeing world soccer.
Yaya Toure has welcomed FIFA's new system of match observers to monitor incidents of racism and discrimination at FIFA World Cup qualifiers in the build-up to the 2018 tournament in Russia - and says some form of abuse can 'break' players.

MOSCOW -- Russian authorities want to use prison labour to drive down the costs of holding the 2018 World Cup.

The Russian prison service is backing a bid by Alexander Khinshtein, a lawmaker from the ruling United Russia party, to allow prisoners to be taken from their camps to work at factories, with a focus on driving down the costs of building materials for World Cup projects.

"It'll help in the sense that there will be the opportunity to acquire building materials for a lower price, lower than...