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Suspended FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke will learn his fate Tuesday when the world football governing body's internal court meets to discuss his case.Valcke was initially accused of being party to a potential $10 million bribe paid to former head of the North and Central America football governing body CONCACAF, Jack Warner, before he was then suspended by FIFA in September over a ticketing scam, in which he was accused of selling World Cup tickets on the black market above their face value.If his suspension is not extended, however, he could be back at work at FIFA Wednesday.Six months later, Valcke was hired by FIFA President Sepp Blatter as his effective No. 2, the general secretary.
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