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ZURICH - Fifa hopes its investigation into claims by a senior British official that Spain is trying to bribe the 2010 World Cup referees will be concluded before the tournament begins.
General secretary Jerome Valcke said yesterday that he wanted "something definitive" before June 11. He described former FA head David Triesman's comments as "crazy". However, Valcke said Fifa's Ethics Committee will examine the claims, as well as the possibility he broke World Cup bidding rules by criticising rival candidates. Triesman quit on Sunday after being recorded by a newspaper suggesting Russia was going to help Spain bribe referees. - Sapa-AP