Back in April, former United States prosecutor Michael Garcia was chosen to head an investigation into corruption allegations regarding the vote awarding future World Cups to Russia and Qatar.

On Monday Around the Rings reported that Garcia's report will not be made public. So much for any pretense of FIFA transparency.

"We have no update concerning the delivery of the report of the investigatory chamber of the independent ethics committee," a FIFA spokesman told Around the Rings. "Please note that in accordance with art 28 and 36 of the FIFA Code of Ethics the report will be handed over to the adjudicatory chamber but only the final decision of the adjudicatory chamber may be made public."