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FIFA’s Internal Investigation Said to Uncover More Crimes

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An internal investigation of world soccer’s governing body has uncovered wrongdoing that extends beyond the corruption alleged last year by U.S. prosecutors, according to a person familiar with the information.

The new details could prompt fresh charges should authorities in the U.S. and Switzerland choose to pursue them, according to the person. Some of the findings relate to FIFA commercial contracts and alleged bribes paid by former officials.