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FIFA would support a re-vote if corruption rings true

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The BBC report that Fifa's vice-president would support a re-vote to choose the host country of the 2022 World Cup, should allegations of corruption against Qatar prove to be true.

If Fifa's chief investigator, Michael Garcia, who is due to meet the Qatari organising committee this week, were to detect illegal activity, "it has to be looked at very seriously", said Jim Boyce, the organisation's vice-president, to BBC Radio 5 live.

The Northern Irishman went on to say that he would have "no problem if the recommendation was for a re-vote", and added "the Fifa executive committee are 100% behind Garcia. He will be allowed to go and speak to anyone from around the world to complete his mission. All evidence should go to him and we will then await a full report on his findings."

The Sunday Times revealed earlier today that that there are thousands of receipts, emails and faxes implicating former Fifa official bin Hammam in the exchanging of money for support and votes for the Qatar 2022 World Cup bid.

To read The Sunday Times' story click here

To read the BBC's story click here

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