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/ Lead title Andrew Jennings, an award-winning investigative sports reporter, spent four years delving into the dark side of 'the beautiful game'. The result is this explosive and damning expose of the officials that run football's world governing body, FIFA , now fully updated with the political fallout from World Cup 2006. / Fully updated paperback edition with stories of the power struggles within FIFA and the ticket scandals surrounding the 2006 World Cup. / Author is the doyen of investigative sports journalists and has an unparalleled track record in uncovering the truth. His acclaimed book on Olympic corruption, The Lords of the Rings, sold over 100,000 copies in paperback and was translated into 13 languages. / FIFA President Sepp Blatter tried unsuccessfully to ban this book and continues to try to discredit the author's investigative research. / Publicity coverage will be extensive due to the controversial subject matter of the content. Hardback edition was the subject of a major serialization in the Daily Mail and a 2006 BBC Panorama programme.
Andrew Jennings is an internationally respected journalist, writer and film-maker. His seminal book exposing Olympic corruption `The Lords of the Rings' was an international bestseller in 1992. He has written for The Times, Daily Mail, Sunday Times and New Statesman as well as for publications all over Europe. For many years he produced and reported for Granada TV's World in Action and also for BBC radio and television.
'Award-winning reporter Andrew Jennings has led the way investigating corruption in world football' Daily Mail 'A meticulously researched and detailed dossier into the inner workings of FIFA' Sunday Business Post 'In Foul!, Jennings has turned his unerring attention to the bun fight that masquerades as the global governance of football' Independent