March 17 – FIFA reveals for the first time how much money it was paying disgraced former president Sepp Blatter as he appeals his ban to CAS. Gerard Farek reports.
Feb. 27 – Shellshocked Gianni Infantino promises to “work tirelessly” to restore FIFA’s battered image… Voting alliance with Prince Ali seals victory… Amid U.S. and Swiss probes into FIFA corruption it won’t be easy to move on from the past. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson has this analysis from Zurich.
Feb. 8 – INSIDER understands that Domenico Scala has no plans to step aside from his role in charge of the FIFA electoral committee over conflict of interest allegations. Mark Bisson reports
Feb. 2 – Sheikh Salman confident about African support for FIFA presidential bid and denies using Bahraini government finances… Prince Ali answers funding questions. Mark Bisson reports.
Feb. 2 – Gianni Infantino revealed that he might appoint an African to be his secretary general if he wins the Feb 26 election. Mark Bisson reports.
Feb. 1 – Tokyo Sexwale’s campaign chief tells INSIDER the South African is not pulling out of the FIFA presidential race… Prince Ali dismisses “backroom deals”. Mark Bisson reports.
Jan. 15 – Shaikh Salman’s bid for FIFA presidency is boosted Friday by an agreement to establish closer ties between his Asian confederation and African football’s governing body. Mark Bisson reports.
Jan. 11 – The FIFA presidential candidates are lobbying for votes at the FIFA Ballon d’Or and Accra early this week. Mark Bisson reports.
A letter signed by the General Secretary of the Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF), Hicham El Amrani addressed to the president of the Guinean Football Federation, Salifou Camara, on Monday 4 January 2016, informed him of the lifting of the ban that prevented the member association from hosting international matches on its territory due to
Nov. 3 – Tokyo Sexwale tells INSIDER he is getting “traction” in his FIFA presidential campaign – but squanders a major opportunity to press home his credentials to replace Sepp Blatter. Mark Bisson reports from Securing Sport in New York.