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before making is accusations and not helping the Garcia investigation.And Eckert had yet another jibe at England saying they had 'accommodated or at least attempted to satisfy the improper requests made by these Executive Committee members, thereby jeopardising the integrity of the bidding process.' Michael Garcia slams FIFA over culture of secrecy (archive) Other countries get off remarkably lightly for what seem far more serious breaches. Spain, one of England 2018's rivals, are hardly mentioned apart from the fact they were 'highly unco-operative.'And Russia 'made only a limited amount of documents available'. This was explained by the computers used during the bid having been leased. They were then returned to the owner and subsequently destroyed along with any email trails.FIFA president Sepp Blatter, the great survivor who set to be voted in for a fifth term next May, escapes blame and Eckert says he, 'deserves credit for the cooperation FIFA demonstrated throughout this investigation.'But fut coins Eckert, in a show of true independence, supports the term limits for the FIFA president that the body's congress rejected in 2014.Manchester United prepared to let Anderson leave for Brazil on a free transfer in January. Manchester United misfit Anderson is being pursued by clubs in Brazil who believe he can leave Old Trafford early on a free transfer.The Brazilian midfielder is out of contract in the summer and free to talk to foreign clubs in January.Flamengo wanted to sign him in August but could not agree a wage package on top of a fee.Anderson playing for Manchester United during their 4-0 League Cup defeat by MK Dons in AugustThe midfielder comes off the bench against Burnley in August for his only Premier League game this seasonHis first club Gremio, however, are considered favourites this time and have held tentative discussions, with United happy to let him go.They hope United will waive a nominal transfer fee in January to simply get Anderson off their books quickly.Anderson was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson and well favoured by the former United boss but has failed to convince fans and coaches alike with lacklustre performances and a poor injury record.Manchester United's Anderson takes on BWIN Corner Challenge Anderson (right) celebrates winning the FIFA World Club Cup in December 2008He was sent on loan to Fiorentina by David Moyes but barely played and the Italians did not wish to take up an option to buy him in the summer.He has had calf and hamstring trouble this season and barely figured in Louis van Gaal's plans.Anderson was interviewed by Radio Bandeirantesand confirmed ongoing contact with Gremio and their rivals Internacional.He said that when he was loaned to Fiorentina, he talked with Gremio's board.'Gremio showed no interest. Gremio had its chance and still have it, but now its a matter of Gremio's board. I've been close to go to Gremio before, but the board didnt want me.'Of Internacional's interest, he added: 'They called me. Inter has interest on me.
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