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FIFA Reform Committee Chairman Francois Carrad provides a brief update on the commitee's discussions, during a press conference in Bern, Switzerland, Thursday, Sept.3, 2015. (Marcel Bieri/Keystone via AP)

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FIFA Reform Committee Chairman Francois Carrad provides a brief update on the commitee's discussions, during a press conference in Bern, Switzerland, Thursday, Sept.3, 2015. (Marcel Bieri/Keystone via AP)

FIFA adviser Carrard announces little progress after 1st meeting of reform group

BERN, Switzerland - A FIFA-appointed panel driving reforms of the crisis-hit governing body appeared to stall Thursday after its first outing.

A two-day, closed-door session was intended to set FIFA's clear path toward more transparency and integrity amid American and Swiss criminal investigations of corruption implicating senior football officials.

Francois Carrard, who ...

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