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Chung Mong-Joon joins FIFA presidency race

Could a billionaire be the man to drive reform at the top of world football?

South Korean Chung Mong-Joon, who is head of the Hyundai Group, is joining the race to replace Sepp Blatter as president of FIFA, an aide told CNN Thursday.

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'Mob Museum' to open FIFA scandal exhibition

FIFA's reputation has taken a bit of battering recently and world football's governing body is remaining tight lipped over a museum, that is usually dedicated to gun-toting gangsters, giving the organization its very own exhibition.

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UEFA: Platini will run for FIFA presidency

European football chief Michel Platini is ready to stand for FIFA's presidency, a UEFA official has told CNN.

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Putin: FIFA's Blatter deserves Nobel Prize

Embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel Prize for his work leading world soccer's governing body, according to Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

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Visa joins Coke, McDonald's to pressure FIFA for reform

Visa, one FIFA's top-tier sponsors, said the scandal-ridden global soccer organization needs to get rid of its leaders and undertake a deep reform, joining Coca-Cola, Adidas, Anheuser-Busch InBev and McDonald's in their fierce criticism of FIFA's…

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Miami Beckham Group receives resolution to move forward...

Soccer superstar David Beckham and his partners will head to New York next week for a meeting with Major League Soccer owners, and they'll be taking with them a resolution from the city of Miami promising to work toward a soccer stadium at the old…

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Beckham's team submits letter of intent to build stadium...

Miami Beckham United sends a letter to Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado to formally inform him of its plan to build a new Major League Soccer stadium in downtown Miami.

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Alex Morgan joins Lionel Messi on 'FIFA 16' cover

U.S. Women's National Team forward Alex Morgan stands next to Argentina's Lionel Messi on the U.S. cover of the "FIFA 16" video game's upcoming release -- the first time a female soccer player has been featured by the franchise in this way.

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FIFA: Sepp Blatter showered with fake money

FIFA's hopes of rebuilding its reputation were hijacked Monday by a British comedian who showered the president of football's world governing body with what appeared to be fake money.

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FIFA reforms: What happens next?

Monday signals not only the real start of the race for the FIFA presidency, but also a significant day for the man in charge of reforming world football's governing body.

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