FILE - In this July 27, 2012 file picture chairman of the two chambers of the new FIFA Ethics Committee Hans Joachim Eckert from Germany speaks during a press conference at the Home of FIFA in Zurich, Switzerland. FIFA ethics judge Hans Joachim Eckert says Friday Nov. 14, 2014, he wants to talk to American investigator Michael Garcia, who rejected his World Cup bid corruption report as "incomplete and erroneous." Eckert tells The Associated Press " I must and want to first speak with Garcia." The German declined to discuss the conflict between the two men over the probe into the winning World Cup bids from Russia and Qatar. Eckert, whose report was based on Garcia's confidential investigation, cleared both countries of corruption and said there was no reason to re-open the votes for the 2018 and 2022 tournaments. (AP Photo/Keystone, Walter Bieri,File) (The Associated Press)
GENEVA – Michael Garcia faces a difficult decision after FIFA, soccer's notoriously unaccountable world governing body, released a summary of his investigation into World Cup bidding that the former U.S. federal prosecutor calls "incomplete and erroneous."