DOING THE PERP WALK
Indictments, arrests made in FIFA, CONCACAF corruption
CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb was among those arrested by Swiss authorities on Wednesday as part of the US Department of Justice's investigation of corruption in international soccer.
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Indictments were handed down and arrests made Wednesday in what might be the largest corruption scandal in sports history. Swiss authorities, acting in conjunction with United States law enforcement officials from the Justice Department, F.B.I. and I.R.S., either arrested or indicted 14 individuals at the highest levels of soccer. The arrests were made in Zurich as FIFA is about to open its general congress.
Heaps, Olsen react to Saturday's 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium
The two long-time adversaries embraced along the bench after their teams had ground to a 1-1 stalemate on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, though neither combatant was sure if he was satisfied or disappointed with the outcome. Complete
Nine-man Revs gut out 1-1 draw with DC United
FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Charlie Davies scored his team-leading fifth goal of the season in first-half stoppage time to victimize his former club, but Jairo Arrieta equalized late for DC United after the New England Revolution was reduced to nine men at Gillette Stadium Saturday night. Complete
OFFSIDE REMARKS Brad Friedel, an appreciation
For those of you who think history is something that happened five seconds ago, and nothing more or nothing less, I have a history lesson or two for you.
CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS With bland logo, MLS is a blank slate
In unveiling a new logo on Thursday, part of the launch of a new version of a video game, Major League Soccer hopes to connect with its core audience, millennials. Complete
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