The first Asian soccer official to be convicted in the FIFA corruption scandal, a member of a committee that oversaw ethics compliance, told a U.S. judge he accepted about $1 million in bribes, including $100,000 from the former president of the Asian Football Confederation. Read more
Guam Football Association President Richard Lai, 55, pleaded guilty to criminal corruption charges in connection with accepting and paying bribes to soccer officials. Read more
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