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The Daily Dirt: Swiss authorities hand over FIFA evidence to U.S.

Sepp Blatter and company must be getting nervous.

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As the criminal investigation into corrupt FIFA officials continues, Swiss authorities have given bank documents to the U.S.  Federal Office of Justice. The documents relate to "allegedly used for bribes connected with the grant of marketing rights to soccer tournaments in Latin America and the USA," according to Swiss officials.

La Liga: FC Barcelona 4-0 Real Betis: Match Review [Barca Blaugranes]

Barcelona cruised to victory in its final game of 2015. After Real Betis opened the scoring with a first-half own goal, Lionel Messi doubled the Barca advantage. Luis Suarez left no doubt with a second-half brace.

Immediate Reaction: Real Madrid 3 - 1 Real Sociedad [Managing Madrid]

Sociedade pulled level early in the second-half, but goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Lucas Vazquez allowed Madrid to keep pace with Barcelona.

Sunderland 0, Liverpool 1: Reds Eke out Away Win [The Liverpool Offside]

Another 1-0 win for Jurgen Klopp's team, another Christian Benteke winner, and another blown opportunity for Benteke to seal the game late.

What's happening in The A?

After a huge game against the Carolina Panthers, Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for the second week in a row.