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Fifa deputy general secretary Markus Kattner
with a report on these issues," Kattner added in a letter to the GFA.


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May 24 - Gianni Infantino ends 13-year FIFA career of deputy secretary general Markus Kattner, firing him for breaching financial ethics rules.


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June 3 - FIFA attorneys say ex-FIFA bosses Sepp Blatter, Jerome Valcke and Markus Kattner got insider deals worth millions.


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Kattner was at FIFA HQ on Monday, but later fired with immediate effect (Getty Images)
(WFI) Gianni Infantino has ended the 13-year FIFA career of deputy secretary general Markus Kattner, firing him for breaching financial ethics rules. FIFA issued a three-paragraph statement to say that Kattner, finance director since joining world football's governing body in 2003, was "dismissed with immediate effect". "FIFA's internal investigation uncovered breaches of his fiduciary responsibilities in connection with his employment contract," the statement said. FIFA's ethics committee is now expected to launch an investigation into Kattner. "FIFA will not comment further on any of the details, but will continue its cooperation with the relevant authorities," the federation added. Kattner took over as acting general secretary after Jerome Valcke was banned from football for 12 years for financial misconduct relating to World Cup ticket sales, travel expenses and destruction of evidence. FIFA confirmed earlier this month that Kattner was aware of the $2 million "disloyal" payment made by disgraced former president Sepp Blatter to ex-UEFA boss Michel Platini, which led to four-year bans for the pair. Since Infantino's election, Kattner was on the way out anyway, following the new FIFA president's stated intention to appoint a non-European as secretary general as part of his governance shake-up. UN official Fatma Samoura was appointed to the position earlier this month. Kattner may have been targeted by Infantino in his bid to clean house and to distance himself from the scandal-hit regime of Blatter and Valcke's leadership. At the FIFA Congress in February, Kattner spoke about FIFA's financial crisis and the scandals that have engulfed the federation, speaking of a "general uncertainly affecting the morale of the team". Kattner even had the temerity to remark to congress that "the goal is to be considered a modern trusted and professional sports organization by 2018".


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Sept. 5 - Thomas Peyer replaces Markus Kattner who was fired in a corruption scandal.


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