Qatar and Russia have the right to host the World Cup with bribes. The FBI’s new investigation report alleges this
2018 The World Cup has been held in Russia. The 2022 World Cup will be set in Qatar. The two countries have the right to host the World Cup with bribes, prosecutors have said in the US District Court.
The FBI has been investigating corruption in football for a long time. The allegations were made in a new investigation report on Monday. The charge sheet states that some former members of the FIFA executive committee received bribes and accepted the bribe.
The US judiciary has filed a lawsuit against Nicholas Leoj, the former head of South American Football (CONMEBLE) and Ricardo Teseira, former president of the Brazil Football Confederation (CBF). “Both voted in exchange for money to give Qatar the right to host the 2022 World Cup“.
Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner voted in exchange for money to give Russia the right to host the 2018 World Cup. He received £ 4 million. Russia was voted out of the 2018 World Cup, losing to England in the voting.
Leoj died last year after being monitored at his home. FIFA has already banned Tseira from football for taking bribes in various matters between 2006 and 2012. Warner was also banned for life.