Soccer is falling under a cloud of suspicion as never before, sullied by a multibillion-dollar web of match-fixing that is corrupting increasingly larger parts of the world's most popular sport.
Park Jong-woo was issued with just a warning for his actions after his team's 2-0 victory over Japan, the IOC executive board ruled.
The 37-year-old former England captain joined PSG two weeks ago and is working to be ready for Sunday's match at Sochaux.
"People who have serious allegations of corruption against them ought to be properly investigated, if only to clear them of the allegations or confirm them," said Chris Eaton, a former security chief for FIFA.
Soccer betting is illegal in Cambodia, but visitors to this seedy frontier town wouldn't know it.
Manchester City kept alive its Premier League title hopes by beating Chelsea 2-0 on goals by Yaya Toure and Carlos Tevez.
FIFA has banned 74 more officials and players from world soccer for helping fix matches, this time in Italy and South Korea.
David Beckham could stay on at Paris Saint-Germain after his short-term contract ends in June.
"I am feeling good, enjoying my football more than ever and, most importantly, I feel I am making a contribution to the team," Giggs said.
The debt of the team rose by one-third to 87.2 million pounds (about $131 million), according to figures released Monday.
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