May 23 – Asian football’s 47 member associations approve Sepp Blatter’s reforms at the AFC Congress in Budapest today… Jeffrey Webb is elected by acclamation as new head of CONCACAF, replacing Jack Warner who quit over bribery allegations last summer… Antigua’s Gordon Derrick chosen as new leader of the Caribbean Football Union. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
March 29 – CONCACAF announced today that Jeffrey Webb, head of the Cayman Islands FA, was the only candidate nominated to replace Jack Warner as president and will run unopposed in May’s election. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
March 26 – Jeffrey Webb has received overwhelming backing to become Jack Warner’s successor as the president of CONCACAF. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Dec. 23 – A nine-member normalisation committee appointed by FIFA will attempt to straighten out the Caribbean Football Union… More matches, arrests for Italian match-fixing investigation… China’s best-known referee admits rigging matches. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Nov. 21 – Former Dominica FA president Patrick John says he will fight his two-year ban handed down by FIFA, as the fallout from the Mohamed Bin Hammam bribery scandal continues to taint the reputation of the region’s football authorities. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
(WFI) Ethics proceedings against a dozen Caribbean Football Union officials end with warnings, small fines and a couple of short-term bans. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Aug. 17 – INSIDER rounds up the latest global football business news – Talks break down between La Liga and Spanish players’ union… CONCACAF general secretary admits to payouts but denies wrongdoing… Belize gets FIFA green light to continue World Cup qualifying.
Aug. 11 – A total of 16 Caribbean Football Union members are the sport’s latest officials to fall under investigation by the increasingly busy FIFA Ethics Committee. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Aug. 4 – FIFA tells INSIDER that the “fully motivated decision” for handing Mohamed Bin Hammam a lifetime football ban has yet to be sent to the former FIFA presidential candidate – nearly two weeks after the ethics committee’s verdict. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
July 27 – INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson rounds up the latest global football business news – Goal-line technology decision coming in March 2012, says FIFA president Sepp Blatter … Pele named ambassador for 2014 World Cup … Rio prepares for preliminary draw … FIFA vice president urges AFC president not to drag out appeal.