Head of German FA quits amid bribery allegations
The head of the German football association, Wolfgang Niersbach, resigned on 9 November after the Frankfurt Prosecutor’s Office raided his home as part of an investigation into tax fraud linked to a series of alleged bribes paid to Fifa officials in exchange for hosting the 2006 World Cup, according to reports.
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