FIFA to meet sponsors after reproaches from Coke, Visa, McDonald’s


sustainability.thompsonreuters.com| Published July 24, 2015

By Brian Homewood

FIFA will meet its leading commercial partners next month after three of them increased pressure for major reforms to soccer’s governing body following a series of corruption scandals.

FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke said that Coca-Cola, Visa and McDonald’s had written asking for information about what was being done to clean up governance of the sport. He admitted that scandal had made it difficult to attract new sponsors… read more>


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