US court convicts two FIFA officials in corruption trial

A US jury has found two former South American football officials guilty in a case that helped to expose a culture of corruption in the sport's global governing body, FIFA.

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    A US jury has found two former South American football officials guilty in a case that helped to expose a culture of corruption in the sport's global governing body, FIFA.

    Deliberations about the guilt or innocence of another man will continue next week.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from New York.


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