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FIFA Anti-Corruption Adviser Quits ‘Least Productive Project’

A member of an anti-corruption group advising soccer’s governing body on reform has quit, saying it was the “least productive project” of her career.

Alexandra Wrage, president of Canada-based Trace International, a non-profit organization that provides anti-bribery compliance advice to multinational companies, had been part of FIFA’s Independent Governance Committee, a group set up in 2011 following a series of corruption scandals at soccer’s governing body.