As FIFA eyes reform, corruption probes continue

ZURICH (AP) — Guests at Zurich's up-scale hotels will have spotted two unusual sights this week: a welcome desk staffed by bright-eyed young reps from football's world governing body FIFA; and small groups of middle-aged men — soccer officials from around the globe — furtively scanning the lobby for any sign that a police raid might be about to go down.

  • Written by FRANK JORDANS, Associated Press