No evidence on allegations made against FIFA Executive Committee members at the House of Commons
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Having received and analysed the report from The Football Association (FA) regarding the allegations made at the House of Commons on 10 May 2011 by Lord David Triesman against four FIFA Executive Committee members (Nicolas Leoz, Worawi Makudi, Ricardo Terra Teixeira and Jack A. Warner), FIFA has found no elements in this report which would prompt the opening of any ethics proceedings.

For the sake of transparency, FIFA and The FA have agreed that a comprehensive summary of this report, compiled by James Dingemans QC on behalf of The FA, will be published.

To view the summary, please click the link on the right hand column under the heading "Documents".

Furthermore, FIFA has not received any evidence whatsoever from the Sunday Times or from the “whistleblower” cited in that newspaper with regard to allegations made against two other members of the FIFA Executive Committee (Issa Hayatou and Jacques Anouma).