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>> A fresh investigation into Sepp Blatter's conduct. This time FIFA's looking into salaries and bonuses its former president received in office. Blatter already banned from football for ethics violations. Two other senior officials also subject to the formal proceedings opened by the Ethics Committee on Friday. Ex-secretary general Jerome Valcke and former finance director Markus Kattner.
Valcke's lawyer declining comment while Blatter and Kattner could not be reached. They previously denied all wrong doing. Soccer's global governing body is trying to recover from the worse graft scandal in its history. 42 people have been indicted since last year. FIFA said in June, the three men had received the equivalent of $81 million over five years, in what it called massive payouts.
Its lawyers saying evidence suggested the three had made a coordinated effort to enrich themselves through salary increases and bonuses.