Salon.com 2014.06.09 20:44
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SAO PAULO (AP) - The Confederation of African Football has raised the
prospect of taking legal action for defamation following allegations in the
British press that FIFA vice president and African football head Issa
Hayatou received favors for backing Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup.
The Sunday Times newspaper has claimed that banned former Qatari official
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