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RTSDIEOX 
November 25, 2022 
A combination picture shows Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo scoring goals during the 2006 FIFA World Cup... 
Doha, Qatar 
A combination picture shows Cristiano Ronaldo scoring goals during the 2006 and 2022 FIFA World Cup 
A combination picture shows Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo scoring goals during the 2006 FIFA World Cup and FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, becoming his country's oldest and youngest goal scorer at the World Cup. The first picture shows Cristiano Ronaldo scoring a penalty to score his sides second goal of the game against Iran during a 2006 FIFA World Cup at Waldstadion, in Frankfurt, Germany, June 17, 2006. Action Images/Alex Morton. The second picture shows him scoring their first goal from the penalty spot in the game against Ghana during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, at Stadium 974, in Doha, Qatar, November 24, 2022. REUTERS/Jennifer Lorenzini. 
ADIDAS-RESULTS/
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October 31, 2016 
The Germany team exercise during World Cup soccer training in Berlin June 19, 2006. FIFA RESTRICTION... 
Berlin, Germany 
The Germany team exercise during World Cup soccer training in Berlin 
The Germany team exercise during World Cup soccer training in Berlin June 19, 2006. FIFA RESTRICTION - NO MOBILE USE REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH 'BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD 31 OCT' FOR ALL IMAGES 
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April 25, 2016 
An Italy fan celebrates after the World Cup soccer match between Italy and Australia, in the streets... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
An Italy fan celebrates after the World Cup soccer match between Italy and Australia, in the streets... 
An Italy fan celebrates after the World Cup soccer match between Italy and Australia, in the streets of downtown Frankfurt June 26, 2006. REUTERS/Miro Kuzmanovic/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH 'BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD APRIL 25' FOR ALL IMAGES 
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
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March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel attends a news conference in... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association designated president Grindel presents independent report on 2006 World Cup... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel attends a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
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March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel attends a news conference in... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association designated president Grindel presents independent report on 2006 World Cup... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel attends a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
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March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel and interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report into 2006 World Cup in Frankfurt 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel and interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch(L-R) attend a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
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March 04, 2016 
Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve stands presents an independent report commissioned by the German Football... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Freshfields lawyer Duve presents German Football Association independent report into 2006 World Cup and... 
Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve stands presents an independent report commissioned by the German Football Association (DFB) into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany, during a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
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March 04, 2016 
A diagram showing the flow of funds is projected on a large screen during the presentation of an independent... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Diagram is projected on screen during presentation of DFB independent report into 2006 World Cup and... 
A diagram showing the flow of funds is projected on a large screen during the presentation of an independent report in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, which was commissioned by the German Football Association (DFB) into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS9A4I 
March 04, 2016 
A copy of a piece of documentary evidence is projected on a large screen during the presentation of an... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Documentary evidence is projected on screen during presentation of DFB independent report into 2006 World... 
A copy of a piece of documentary evidence is projected on a large screen during the presentation of an independent report in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, which was commissioned by the German Football Association (DFB) into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS9A1Z 
March 04, 2016 
Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve presents an independent report commissioned by the German Football... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Freshfields lawyer Duve presents German Football Association independent report into 2006 World Cup and... 
Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve presents an independent report commissioned by the German Football Association (DFB) into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany, during a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
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March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) interim president Reinhard Rauball attends a news conference in Frankfurt,... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association interim president Rauball presents independent report on 2006 World Cup in... 
German Football Association (DFB) interim president Reinhard Rauball attends a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
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March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) interim president Rainer Koch attends a news conference in Frankfurt,... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association interim president Koch presents independent report on 2006 World Cup in Frankfurt... 
German Football Association (DFB) interim president Rainer Koch attends a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99YN 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report it commissioned into 2006 World Cup and scandal... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch and media director Ralf Koettker (L-2nd R) listen as Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve addresses a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99YC 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report it commissioned into 2006 World Cup and scandal... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch and media director Ralf Koettker (L-2nd R) listen as Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve addresses a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
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March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel attends a news conference in... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association designated president Grindel presents independent report on 2006 World Cup... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel attends a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99X9 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel and interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report into 2006 World Cup in Frankfurt 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel and interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch(L-R) attend a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99WQ 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report it commissioned into 2006 World Cup and scandal... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch and media director Ralf Koettker (L-2nd R) listen as Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve addresses a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99WN 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report it commissioned into 2006 World Cup and scandal... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch and media director Ralf Koettker (L-2nd R) listen as Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve addresses a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99VL 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel and interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report into 2006 World Cup in Frankfurt 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel and interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch(L-R) attend a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99VA 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) interim president Rainer Koch attends a news conference in Frankfurt,... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association interim president Koch presents independent report on 2006 World Cup in Frankfurt... 
German Football Association (DFB) interim president Rainer Koch attends a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99V9 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) interim president Reinhard Rauball attends a news conference in Frankfurt,... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association interim president Rauball presents independent report on 2006 World Cup in... 
German Football Association (DFB) interim president Reinhard Rauball attends a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99V5 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel attends a news conference in... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association designated president Grindel presents independent report on 2006 World Cup... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel attends a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99UH 
March 04, 2016 
Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve presents an independent report commissioned by the German Football... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Freshfields lawyer Duve presents German Football Association independent report into 2006 World Cup and... 
Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve presents an independent report commissioned by the German Football Association (DFB) into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany, during a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99TP 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report it commissioned into 2006 World Cup and scandal... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch and media director Ralf Koettker (L-R) arrive for a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99TM 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report it commissioned into 2006 World Cup and scandal... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch and Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve (L-R) arrive for a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99TK 
March 04, 2016 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association presents independent report it commissioned into 2006 World Cup and scandal... 
German Football Association (DFB) designated president Reinhard Grindel, interim presidents Reinhard Rauball and Rainer Koch and Freshfields lawyer Christian Duve (L-R) arrive for a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99S3 
March 04, 2016 
A microphone with a German Football Association (DFB) logo upon it, stands on a table prior to a DFB... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A microphone with a German Football Association logo upon it stands on a table prior to a DFB news conference... 
A microphone with a German Football Association (DFB) logo upon it, stands on a table prior to a DFB news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99QB 
March 04, 2016 
A German Football Association (DFB) logos are pictured on a backdrop prior to a DFB news conference in... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association logos prior to a DFB news conference in Frankfurt 
A German Football Association (DFB) logos are pictured on a backdrop prior to a DFB news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99PT 
March 04, 2016 
A German Football Association (DFB) logo is pictured on a backdrop prior to a DFB news conference in... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
German Football Association logo prior to a DFB news conference in Frankfurt 
A German Football Association (DFB) logo is pictured on a backdrop prior to a DFB news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99PA 
March 04, 2016 
A microphone with a German Football Association (DFB) logo upon it, stands on a table prior to a DFB... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A microphone with a German Football Association logo upon it stands on a table prior to a DFB news conference... 
A microphone with a German Football Association (DFB) logo upon it, stands on a table prior to a DFB news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCCER-GERMANY/DFB
RTS99OO 
March 04, 2016 
A microphone with a German Football Association (DFB) logo upon it, stands on a table prior to a DFB... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A microphone with a German Football Association logo upon it stands on a table prior to a DFB news conference... 
A microphone with a German Football Association (DFB) logo upon it, stands on a table prior to a DFB news conference in Frankfurt, Germany March 4, 2016, to present an independent report commissioned by the DFB into the 2006 World Cup and the scandal involving a payment to world soccer's governing body FIFA, allegedly to ensure the World Cup was awarded to Germany. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER POLITICS)
SOCCER-FIFA/GERMANY
RTS67FS 
November 09, 2015 
Logo of the German Football Association (DFB) is seen at the headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Logo of the German Football Association (DFB) is seen at the headquarters in Frankfurt 
Logo of the German Football Association (DFB) is seen at the headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. German football association President Wolfgang Niersbach resigned on Monday over a 2006 World Cup scandal that has tarnished the reputation of the world's biggest soccer federation. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
SOCCER-FIFA/GERMANY
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November 09, 2015 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German Football Association (DFB) outside the DFB headquarters in... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German Football Association (DFB) outside the DFB headquarters in... 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German Football Association (DFB) outside the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. German football association President Wolfgang Niersbach resigned on Monday over a 2006 World Cup scandal that has tarnished the reputation of the world's biggest soccer federation. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
SOCCER-FIFA/GERMANY
RTS67EG 
November 09, 2015 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German Football Association (DFB) outside the DFB headquarters in... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German Football Association (DFB) outside the DFB headquarters in... 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German Football Association (DFB) outside the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. German football association President Wolfgang Niersbach resigned on Monday over a 2006 World Cup scandal that has tarnished the reputation of the world's biggest soccer federation. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
SOCCER-FIFA/GERMANY
RTS671B 
November 09, 2015 
An empty parking spot of president of the German Football Association (DFB) is seen outside the DFB headquarters... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
An empty parking spot of president of the German Football Association (DFB) is seen outside the DFB headquarters... 
An empty parking spot of president of the German Football Association (DFB) is seen outside the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. German football association President Wolfgang Niersbach resigned on Monday over a 2006 World Cup scandal that has tarnished the reputation of the world's biggest soccer federation. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
SOCCER-FIFA/GERMANY
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November 09, 2015 
Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) reacts as he makes a statement... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) makes a statement to the media at the DFB... 
Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) reacts as he makes a statement to the media at the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. German football association President Wolfgang Niersbach resigned on Monday over a 2006 World Cup scandal that has tarnished the reputation of the world's biggest soccer federation. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
SOCCER-FIFA/GERMANY
RTS66LH 
November 09, 2015 
Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) reacts as he makes a statement... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) makes a statement to the media at the DFB... 
Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) reacts as he makes a statement to the media at the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. German football association President Wolfgang Niersbach resigned on Monday over a 2006 World Cup scandal that has tarnished the reputation of the world's biggest soccer federation. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
SOCCER-FIFA/GERMANY
RTS66LD 
November 09, 2015 
Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) and President of the German Soccer... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) and President of the German Soccer Federation... 
Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) and President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Reinhard Rauball (R) make a statement to the media at the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. German football association President Wolfgang Niersbach resigned on Monday over a 2006 World Cup scandal that has tarnished the reputation of the world's biggest soccer federation. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
SOCCER-GERMANY/
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November 09, 2015 
A Mercedes-Benz car is parked near the headquarters of German football association (DFB) in Frankfurt,... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A Mercedes-Benz car is parked near the headquarters of German football association (DFB) in Frankfurt... 
A Mercedes-Benz car is parked near the headquarters of German football association (DFB) in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCER-GERMANY/
RTS66F5 
November 09, 2015 
A Mercedes-Benz car is parked near the headquarters of German football association (DFB) in Frankfurt,... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A Mercedes-Benz car is parked near the headquarters of German football association (DFB) in Frankfurt... 
A Mercedes-Benz car is parked near the headquarters of German football association (DFB) in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
SOCCER-GERMANY/
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November 09, 2015 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German football association (DFB) arrives at the headquarters of DFB... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Koch, vice president of the German football association (DFB) arrives at the headquarters of DFB in Frankfurt... 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German football association (DFB) arrives at the headquarters of DFB in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS65AR 
November 09, 2015 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German Football Federation (DFB) arrives at the headquarters of German... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Koch, vice president of the German Football Federation (DFB) arrives at the headquarters of German DFB... 
Rainer Koch, vice president of the German Football Federation (DFB) arrives at the headquarters of German football association (DFB ) in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS659X 
November 09, 2015 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Reinhard Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters of German... 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Reinhard Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters of German football association (DFB ) in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS659U 
November 09, 2015 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Reinhard Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters of German... 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Reinhard Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters of German football association (DFB ) in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS659Q 
November 09, 2015 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Reinhard Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters of German... 
President of the German Soccer Federation (DFL) Reinhard Rauball speaks to media outside the headquarters of German football association (DFB ) in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS64YY 
November 09, 2015 
Harald Strutz, vice president of the German Soccer League (DFL) and vice president of DFB arrives at... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Strutz, vice president of the DFL and DFB arrives at the headquarters of German DFB football association... 
Harald Strutz, vice president of the German Soccer League (DFL) and vice president of DFB arrives at the headquarters of German football association (DFB ) in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS64C0 
November 09, 2015 
Picture shows the logo of Germany's DFB football association at its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Picture shows the logo of Germany's DFB football association at its headquarters in Frankfurt 
Picture shows the logo of Germany's DFB football association at its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS63XK 
November 09, 2015 
Picture shows a soccer ball sculpture at the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt,... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Picture shows a soccer ball sculpture at the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt... 
Picture shows a soccer ball sculpture at the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS63XI 
November 09, 2015 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015.... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER/GERMANY
RTS63XH 
November 09, 2015 
Picture shows the logo of Germany's DFB football association at its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Picture shows the logo of Germany's DFB football association at its headquarters in Frankfurt 
Picture shows the logo of Germany's DFB football association at its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 9, 2015. DFB holds an extraordinary meeting on Monday, after German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on November 3 and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SOCCER-FIFA/GERMANY
RTX1UKE4 
November 03, 2015 
Officials carry boxes with evidence to the vehicles in the garage of Germany's DFB football association... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Officials carry boxes with evidence to the vehicles in the garage of Germany's DFB football association... 
Officials carry boxes with evidence to the vehicles in the garage of Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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November 03, 2015 
A sign is pictured on the parking place for the president of Germany's DFB football association at DFB... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A sign is pictured on the parking place for the president of Germany's DFB football association at DFB... 
A sign is pictured on the parking place for the president of Germany's DFB football association at DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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November 03, 2015 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015.... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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November 03, 2015 
Journalists stand outside the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Journalists stand outside the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt 
Journalists stand outside the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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November 03, 2015 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015.... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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November 03, 2015 
A man cleans the parking place of the president of Germany's DFB football association at the DFB headquarters... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A man cleans the parking place of the president of Germany's DFB football association at the DFB headquarters... 
A man cleans the parking place of the president of Germany's DFB football association at the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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November 03, 2015 
A cameraman shoots the logo at the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A cameraman shoots the logo at the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt 
A cameraman shoots the logo at the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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November 03, 2015 
The parking place for the president of Germany's DFB football association is pictured at DFB headquarters... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
The parking place for the president of Germany's DFB football association is pictured at DFB headquarters... 
The parking place for the president of Germany's DFB football association is pictured at DFB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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November 03, 2015 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015.... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt 
Picture shows the Germany's DFB football association headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany November 3, 2015. German police raided the Frankfurt headquarters of DFB on Tuesday and searched the private homes of officials on suspicion of tax evasion linked to the awarding of the 2006 World Cup, prosecutors said. "Prosecutors in Frankfurt have opened investigations on suspicion of serious tax evasion linked to the awarding of the football championship in 2006 and the transfer of 6.7 million euros of the organizing committee for the German Football Association (DFB) to the FIFA football association," said the prosecutor in a statement. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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October 19, 2015 
Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) is silouetted against a huge illuminated... 
Dortmund, Germany 
Niersbach president of DFB attends opening of new German soccer museum in Dortmund 
Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) is silouetted against a huge illuminated World Cup Brazil 2014 soccer ball during the opening of the new German soccer museum in Dortmund October 19, 2015. Frankfurt's state prosecutor will look into bribery allegations concerning the 2006 soccer World Cup after a magazine report suggested a slush fund had been used to buy votes for the German bid in 2000, an official said on Monday. Der Spiegel magazine reported on Friday that Germany's bid committee, that included Franz Beckenbauer, head of the 2006 organizing committee, and Niersbach who was a vice president of the committee, had tapped into a slush fund of 6.7 million euros to buy votes at world soccer's governing body FIFA.Niersbach, Beckenbauer and the DFB have vehemently rejected the allegations as 'groundless' and have said the magazine had provided no evidence to back up its claims. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
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