Fifa 'culture of Kickbacks and Corruption' Targeted by FA and Culture Secretary

The Football Association and government have agreed not to rule anything out in the fight to root out alleged corruption in Fifa, according to the culture secretary, John Whittingdale.
Whittingdale said he had spoken to FA chairman Greg Dyke and the pair had agreed to keep all options on the table in an effort to end the “culture of kickbacks and corruption that risk ruining international football for a generation”.
Amid calls for a boycott of the World Cup, he assured MPs that the government would do anything in its power to bring about change in world football’s governing body.