• Money allegedly received from collapsed marketing firm ISL
• Executive committee member Ricardo Teixeira also named
The former Fifa president João Havelange and executive committee member Ricardo Teixeira were paid millions of pounds in bribes by the collapsed marketing company ISL, court documents published on Wednesday have revealed.
Havelange was paid at least 1.5m Swiss francs (£985,000), Teixeira at least 12.74m Swiss francs and the pair may have received as much as 21.9m Swiss francs, according to a Swiss prosecutor's report published by Fifa.
Havelange and Teixeira are the only two Fifa officials named in the report, with other identities kept anonymous. Read More
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