Senior MPs say Fifa should launch inquiry into payments by Qatar firm to former Fifa executive and consider stripping the Gulf state of the right to
host the 2022 World Cup Football’s world governing body is facing calls to
re-run the 2022 World Cup bid after an
investigation by The Telegraph revealed that a former official and his family were paid almost $2 million from a firm linked to Qatar’s successful
campaign.

Senior MPs have said that Fifa should launch an inquiry into the revelations and that the organisation should also consider stripping the Gulf state of the right to host the tournament.

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