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Big Question: how should Fifa reform?

What is the future for football's governing body?

By Prospect Team  

There is space for change at FIFA. © Ennio Leanza/AP/Press Association Images

Fifa, the governing body which oversees world football, has barely left the headlines in the past two weeks; it is being investigated by US authorities over allegations of corruption, with 14 Fifa officials and associates indicted over a range of charges. Fifa’s President, Sepp Blatter (who faces no charges himself) has said he will step down early from his post. 

Fifa has faced a variety of criticisms over the years. Whatever…

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