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Florida company pleads guilty in NY to soccer bribery

Imagina US pleaded guilty over bribes to four Central American soccer federations.

Panama firm pleads guilty in FIFA corruption scandal

Mimo International Imports and Exports admitted to fraud for having illicitly paid $500,000 to Costa Rican Eduardo Li.

FIFA suspends Eduardo Li for life

A FIFA panel decided Friday to ban Eduardo Li for life for his role in the widespread bribery and corruption scandal.

FIFA panel seeks lifetime ban for ex-Costa Rican football president Eduardo Li

FIFA opened up a case against former Costa Rican football head Eduardo Li Wednesday that could result in his lifetime ban from the sport.

Photos of new La Sele jerseys leak amid New Balance bribery accusations

La Sele unveiled some interesting-looking new uniforms at the same time that scrutiny builds over its contract with U.S. supplier New Balance.

Eduardo Li pleads guilty in FIFA fraud case

Former FEDEFUTBOL head Eduardo Li pleaded guilty to three charges relating to conspiracy and corruption on Friday in New York. He is expected to face a reduced sentence.

Eduardo Li wins lawsuit against insurance company over defense costs in FIFA corruption case

A judge ruled that insurer Lloyd's of London must pay for Li's legal defense in the FIFA corruption case. But there's one catch.

Football: US releases three FIFA guilty plea transcripts

A U.S. judge released Monday transcripts of guilty pleas from three prominent defendants in the sweeping FIFA corruption investigation who confessed to crimes and agreed to pay $37.5 million in compensation.

FIFA wants former officials, including Costa Rica’s Eduardo Li, to pay back millions

FIFA on Wednesday sought tens of millions of dollars in damages from the "sordid" officials facing charges in the United States over mass bribery scandals that have rocked world football.

Costa Rica’s ex-football chief Eduardo Li gets house arrest

The judge's decision came despite a demand from federal prosecutors of a deposit of $10 million to $15 million as security that Li would remain in the U.S. to face fraud and money laundering charges.

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