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World Cup 2018: IOC look into corruption claims by Panorama against Fifa vice-president Issa Hayatou

Hayatou, a Fifa vice-president, could face expulsion from the IOC under their zero tolerance approach to corruption.

This follows documentary evidence presented by Panorama that Hayatou, who also holds the post of African Football Confederation president, received payments of £10,000 in 1995 as a kickback from Fifa's marketing arm ISL.

The IOC have been keen to weed out corrupt officials ever since expelling 11 members in the wake of the Salt Lake City scandal in 1998.

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