q sports panel: Is it game over for embattled FIFA?

This week's q sports panel — Sonali Karnick, Megan Greenwell and Stephen Brunt — weigh in on several serious allegations against FIFA executives.
An activist with a giant mask of FIFA President Sepp Blatter stands in a cage as others hold posters during a protest against the corruption within FIFA and against Qatar's slave labor law. (Ennio Leanza/Keystone)

This week's q sports panel — Sonali Karnick, Megan Greenwell and Stephen Brunt  — weigh in on the bribery, racketeering, money laundering and fraud allegations against FIFA executives. 

q: Will this scandal spell the end of FIFA, do you think? Will it ultimately be a boon or a bust for the world of soccer? 


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