ZURICH (AP) -- FIFA prosecutor Michael Garcia has been kept busier than he expected trying to clean up world soccer -- and his workload will probably increase after a whistleblower hotline opens this month.
Garcia told The Associated Press in an interview that FIFA investigations take "more of my time than I originally anticipated" since his appointment last July.
After the hotline is launched, Garcia may need to call on more resources from the New York office of law firm Kirkland & Ellis at which he is a partner.
The former U.S. attorney, who prosecuted financial crimes on Wall Street, pledged last July to study all allegations from any source. He has powers granted under a FIFA Code of Ethics that was strengthened as part of Blatter's promise to improve the governing body's tattered image.