Sebastian Coe appointed FIFA watchdog

Sebastian Coe has been appointed as the first chairman of Fifa’s new ethics commission that will judge all cases alleging conflicts of interest and breaches of Fifa rules.
“I am delighted to have been selected to this important role,” said Coe. “Inspiring young people into sport is a personal passion of mine.
It was expected that his first task would have been to deal with the World Cup ticket scandal that has engulfed vice-president Jack Warner.[In the meantime,Warner in his fightback has accused senior FIFA officials of trying to frame him]
However, Blatter has said that the new commission would only deal with cases that arise from now on, meaning Coe will not be called upon regarding the Warner affair.

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