Ex El Salvador soccer chief sentenced to 16 months in FIFA corruption case
01 October 2022 | 12:45 pm
Ex El Salvador soccer chief Reynaldo Vasquez sentenced to 16 months in prison after pleading guilty to a charge arising from a global FIFA corruption probe
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