The writer of FIFA report on Qatar’s World Cup bid goes back on his findings

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The writer of FIFA report on Qatar’s World Cup bid goes back on his findings
13th November 2014

FIFA, the world football governing body published its conclusion of an investigation into claims of corruption around Qatar's bid to host the 2022 World Cup.

It claimed there was no wrongdoing. But this didn’t exactly mean ‘case closed.’

Hours later, the man who wrote the report said what had been released was ‘factually wrong’, and misrepresented his findings.

Evening Standard's Digital sports editor, Amar Singh explains the situation now.

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