Sept. 5 – INSIDER’s Mark Bisson rounds up the global football business news and previews the week ahead.
June 20 – INSIDER editor Mark Bisson rounds up the ten things you need to know about the global football business today.
March 18 – Mohamed Bin Hammam confirms he will challenge Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency in June and promises to radically alter FIFA’s structure… Dissolution of FIFA Executive and outsourcing of FIFA administration responsibilities to confederations. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
March 4 – FIFA seem set to overlook goal line technology when its lawmaking body, the International Football Association Board, meet in Wales this weekend. With INSIDER’s James Corbett.
4/1/2011 FIFA president Sepp Blatter takes 1st position in World Football INSIDER’s ’10 to Watch in 2011′ series. AFC leader Mohamed Bin Hammam is in 2nd spot in the ranking of those people expected to have the biggest influence in the global football business this coming year.
4/1/2011 The AFC Congress and Asian Cup in Qatar kick off another busy year for the global football business, a year when FIFA president Sepp Blatter is expected to be re-elected and an important one for women’s football with the Germany Women’s World Cup. INSIDER editor Mark Bisson looks ahead.
27/11/10 As the World Cup bid race takes shape, with Spain-Portugal and Qatar front runners, INSIDER profiles the 22 man FIFA Executive committee and looks at how they might vote next Thursday.
23/11/2010 Joao Havelange gives his views on the 2018/2022 World Cup bidding race, praises Sepp Blatter’s management of FIFA and backs Brazilian football chief Ricardo Teixeira for FIFA presidency… Plenty of 1970 World Cup stars in attendance but Pele too expensive… Ruud Gullit extols the virtues of Holland-Belgium 2018 bid. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from Rio.
15/11/2010 World Football INSIDER rounds up the 10 things you need to know about the global football business today.
31/10/2010 Holland-Belgium bid CEO Harry Been tells INSIDER that FIFA faces an historic choice over the future format of the World Cup on its Dec. 2 bid D-day. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports