Blazer, left, Webb and Warner are accused of selling their votes and causing serious and lasting damage to FIFA.
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FIFA Wednesday demanded tens of millions of dollars in damages from the "sordid" officials facing charges in the United States over mass bribery scandals that have rocked world football.FIFA also made its most explicit accusation yet that South Africa paid a $10 million bribe to get votes to back its bid for the 2010 World Cup.Thirty-nine individuals face charges in the United States over more than $200 million in bribes.South Africa has strongly denied paying a bribe to secure the 2010 World Cup. But FIFA backed suspicions raised by U.S. investigators.It also told how Warner sold votes for the 2011 FIFA presidential election to Qatari official Mohamed bin Hammam, who has since been banned for life.FIFA called on the U.S. Attorney to carry out an immediate accounting of Webb's assets and funds.
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