(WFI) The FIFA Ethics Committee bans Sergio Jadue and Luis Bedoya for life from all football-related activities at both national and international levels. Gerard Farek reports…
May 4 – Concerns have been voiced about the state of the Maracana pitch for the Olympic football tournaments. INSIDER’s Gerard Farek reports from Rio de Janeiro.
April 11 – Football teams from 28 countries will learn their path through the 2016 Olympics this Thursday in Rio de Janeiro at the Maracana Stadium.
April 6 – Gianni Infantino says he is “dismayed” his integrity is being questioned after he was revealed to have signed off a TV rights contract with two businessmen later indicted in the U.S. in FIFA’s corruption scandal. Mark Bisson reports.
April 4 – FIFA’s clean-up under new president Gianni Infantinio is dealt a blow after a member of its ethics committee is placed under investigation for business links to a vice president charged with corruption. Mark Bisson reports.
March 29 – Gianni Infantino backs 2030 World Cup bid from Argentina and Uruguay and seeks assurances about CONMEBOL reforms… FIFA chief “saddened” by suicide attack at Iraqi stadium.
In a landmark agreement, the Federação Paulista de Futebol (FPF), which manages all the official football tournaments within the state of São Paulo in Brazil, has brought in Sportradar’s award-winning Fraud Detection System to cover over 200 football matches in 2016 and 2017. This partnership marks the first time that any match-fixing detection service has
Feb. 18 – The FIFA Ethics Committee wants to keep Luis Bedoya and Sergio Jadue away from football for the rest of their lives. Kevin Nutley reports.
(WFI) Even Lionel Messi needs some time off every now and then..
Jan. 27 – INSIDER understands that Gianni Infantino is demanding an apology from the communications director of the European Parliament for “falsely” suggesting he failed to show up for today’s FIFA forum because it was “unethical”. Mark Bisson reports.