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FIFA bans Sergio Jadue for life

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FIFA bans Sergio Jadue for life

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Friday, May 6, 2016

File photo of Sergio Jadue, 2013.
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Today, the Ethics Committee of FIFA (the International Federation of Association Football) sanctioned the former president of the Chilean Football Association (ANFP) and former vice president of CONMEBOL (the South American Football Confederation), Sergio Jadue, with a lifetime ban from participating in any activity to do with football.

From December 4, Sergio Jadue was investigated for having participated in a FIFA corruption and fraud scandal. He admitted his involvement.

FIFA in its statement today upheld the life ban for Jadue and cited violation of FIFA code of ethics Articles 13, rules of behavior; 15, disloyalty; 18, duty to cooperate; 19, conflict of interest; and 21, bribery and corruption.

The same sanction also fell on former member of the executive committee of FIFA, former president of CONMEBOL, and former president of the Colombian Football Federation, Luis Bedoya, who along with Jadue was also investigated for corruption and fraud.



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Real Madrid edge Manchester City to reach 14th European Cup Final

Real Madrid edge Manchester City to reach 14th European Cup Final

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On Wednesday, Spanish football club Real Madrid C.F. narrowly beat English club Manchester City 1–0 in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final at the Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid.

The first leg, played on April 26 at the Manchester Stadium in Manchester, ended 0–0. This was Manchester City’s first ever appearance at the semi-final stage of the competition. Real Madrid reached the semi-final stage for the 27th time in their history, and have taken part in more semi-finals than any other side.

Manchester City held firm in the opening minutes, but City captain Vincent Kompany was substituted after going down with an injury, and Real went ahead ten minutes later when Gareth Bale‘s cross deflected off City’s Brazilian midfielder Fernando, and past keeper Joe Hart in the 20th minute for an own goal. Both teams had shots that hit the woodwork during the game. For the majority of the match, Real created the most threat going forward. Joe Hart kept City in the game during the second half as he came up with crucial saves to deny Luka Modrić and Cristiano Ronaldo. City had a chance to snatch a late equaliser through Sergio Agüero, but the Argentine’s shot flew over the goal and onto the top of the net.

In the end Los Blancos celebrated at the final whistle as they held onto their lead from the first half. Real Madrid are now through to their fourteenth European Cup final where they are to face local rivals Atlético Madrid — whom they faced in the 2014 UEFA Champions League final — on May 28, in Milan.




May 4, 2016
Real Madrid C.F. 1–0 Manchester City Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Attendance: 78,300
Referee: Flag of Slovenia.svg D. Skomina, Slovenia
Scored after 20 minutes 20′ (own goal) Fernando (1–0) HT
(agg. 1–0)

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FIFA suspends Sergio Jadue for life

FIFA suspends Sergio Jadue for life – Wikinews, the free news source

FIFA suspends Sergio Jadue for life

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Sergio Jadue in the match Chile-Bolivia in 2013
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During trading on Friday, the Ethics Committee of FIFA sanctioned the former president of the Chilean Football Association (ANFP) and former vice president of CONMEBOL, Sergio Jadue, with a lifetime ban from participating in any activity that is bound with football.

From December 4, Sergio Jadue was investigated for having participated in a FIFA corruption and fraud scandal. The former helmsman decided to admit to these crimes.

This Friday, FIFA through a communiqué upheld the life ban for Jadue and cited violation of Articles 13, rules of behavior; 15, disloyalty; 18, duty to cooperate; 19, conflict of interest; and 21, bribery and corruption, of the FIFA code of ethics.

This sanction also fell on former member of the executive committee of FIFA, former president of CONMEBOL, and former president of the Colombian Football Federation, Luis Bedoya, who along with Jadue was also investigated for corruption and fraud, in addition to crimes of illicit association with the aim of committing crimes.



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FIFA ethics committee recommends lifetime ban of former FIFA vice-president

FIFA ethics committee recommends lifetime ban of former FIFA vice-president

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The adjudicatory chamber of FIFA (International Federation of Association Football)’s independent ethics committee has opened up proceedings against former FIFA Vice-President Jeffrey Webb. In a statement released on Wednesday the ethics committee recommended Mr Webb receive a lifelong ban from all footballing activities for multiple violations of the articles of the FIFA Code of Ethics.

Mr Webb was indicted on corruption charges by the United States Department of Justice, and pled guilty in November to one count of racketeering conspiracy, three counts of wire fraud conspiracy and three of money laundering conspiracy. He is the former President of CONCACAF, the confederation for North America, Central America and Caribbean footballing associations, Vice-President of FIFA, and President of the Cayman Islands Football Association.

Mr Webb is to be given the opportunity to submit his position before a ruling by FIFA is handed down.


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. “FIFA ethics investigator recommends life ban for ex-VP Webb” — SBS, May 4, 2016

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