FIFA Prepares Reforms as U.S. Threatens More Corruption ArrestsBy and
Two-day meeting comes a week after suspension of No. 2 Valcke
Soccer's governing body discusses changes after charges
A week after FIFA’s top administrator was suspended and American prosecutors predicted additional arrests in a corruption probe into soccer’s governing body, its leadership will try to convince a skeptical public that it can clean up the world’s most popular sport.
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