FIFA PANEL BANS 3 FORMER SOCCER OFFICIALS FOR LIFE

ZURICH, Nov 21 (Reuters) - FIFA's ethics watchdogs have banned three former soccer officials from Guam, Nicaragua and Venezuela for life as part of efforts...

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