FIFA's Top Three Bosses Netted $80 Million in Pay and SeveranceBy
Kattner, Valcke eligible for 27 million francs in severance
Pay details being forwarded to Swiss, U.S. prosecutors
FIFA’s three former top officials -- including ousted ex-president Sepp Blatter -- awarded themselves more than 79 million Swiss francs ($80 million) over the past five years from bonuses, incentives and salary increases, some of which probably broke Swiss law, according to soccer’s global governing body.
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