It was only a matter of time before our fears were confirmed, but we should now admit once and for all that we bought the 2010 World Cup.
You know your fingers may have become too sticky when you’re trying to solicit bribes from just about everyone in the footballing world. Yep, more damning allegations against FIFA.
Seeing as though we couldn’t be bothered keeping track of just how that $10 million donation was spent we can be thankful the BBC decided to do some digging. It ain’t pretty.
Over the past nine days we have seen FIFA fall apart at the seams and yet another example of our government’s denial in the face of damning evidence. Here’s your blow-by-blow account.
As FIFA executives fall like dominoes and begin to blabber Jack Warner has joined the chorus – although he still maintains his innocence in the face of overwhelming evidence.
The man who sits front and centre in the accusations against South Africa’s 2010 World Cup bid is in a world of trouble. There’s now more forces hot on his heels.
Yes, this is pretty much the proof we’ve all been waiting for – the explosive piece of evidence that lays bare our corrupt 2010 World Cup bid.
As South African officials clamour to deny any wrongdoing during the 2010 World Cup bid it seems cracks are beginning to appear. First to break ranks was Danny Jordaan.
It’s embarrassing enough being caught in the midst of a massive corruption scandal, but it’s even worse when you need help to pay your own bribes.