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Women's World Cup should not be effected by FIFA corruption charges - Anderson
Raids took place early Wednesday morning in Switzerland at the offices of FIFA, the governing body of soccer, and at a luxury hotel in Zurich. A total of 14 people were indicted on corruption charges. The Women's World Cup begins at Commonwealth Stadium in ten days, and Councillor Bryan Anderson believes fans will carry on, not worrying about what may have been 150 million dollars (U-S) in bribes. "The weather looks like it's going to great, the teams are ready, the games are going to be...

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