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    FIFA hypes its role in soccer to make case for restitution ByAssociated Press Published: 14:43 EST, 16 March 2016 | Updated: 14:43 EST, 16 March 2016 e-mail GENEVA (AP) — Still portraying itself as a victim, FIFA has now added some startling and self-aggrandizing claims about its role in making soccer the world's most popular sport.And it's all done in an effort to make a grab at some of the millions of dollars being held by U.S. authorities in their corruption case.FIFA made its formal "Victim Statement and Request for Restitution" claim public on Wednesday. It was sent to U.

    S. federal prosecutors in New York, who have so far indicted or taken guilty pleas from 42 soccer and marketing executives plus agencies in a sprawling racketeering case. FILE - This is a Friday, Feb. 26, 2016 file photo of the newly elected FIFA president Gianni Infantino of Switzerland as he raises an arm during a press conference after the second election round during the extraordinary FIFA congress in Zurich, Switzerland. While acknowledging for the first time that votes were bought in past World Cup hosting contests.

    FIFA is seeking to claim "tens of millions of dollars" in bribe money seized by U.S. federal prosecutors. FIFA submitted a 22-page claim to the U.S. Attorney's Office in New York on Tuesday March 15, 2016 that cheap RS gold seeks a big share in restitution from more than $190 million already forfeited by soccer and marketing officials who pleaded guilty in the sprawling corruption case. (