Regional Soccer Body Approves Reforms After Corruption ArrestsBy
Concacaf to add independent non-voting board members
Group's last several presidents charged with corruption
Concacaf, which oversees soccer from Panama to Canada, approved a package of changes Thursday in an attempt to reform its top management after several of its last presidents were caught up in corruption probes.
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