Fifa's Dirty Secrets

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Duration: 29 minutes

Panorama investigates corruption allegations against some of the Fifa officials who will vote on England's World Cup bid. Reporter Andrew Jennings exposes new evidence of bribery, and accuses some executives of taking kickbacks. He also uncovers the secret agreements that could guarantee Fifa a financial bonanza if England hosts the World Cup.

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Credits

Presenter
Jeremy Vine
Reporter
Andrew Jennings
Producer
James Oliver

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