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FIFA trial hears of dancing, private jet, massages

New York (AFP) – A Brazilian businessman told a US Federal Court on Wednesday that he helped set up a huge bribe to South American football officials to secure the rights for a new tournament. Fabio Tordin testified in New York at the trial of three South American football executives charged in connection with the largest graft scandal in world soccer history. Tordin was one of 42 people indicted in the FIFA corruption mega-scandal.
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