Dirty Soccer

NPR's Martin Kaste reports Brazilian soccer may be caught up in a game of kickbacks and money laundering. Allegedly players are being bought and sold with money deposited into as many as thirty different bank accounts. The Brazilian congress is holding hearings to settle the allegations of corruption.

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