Dec. 6 – The leader in the fight against match-fixing in football is moving on to a new position.
Nov.20 – A new report from Transparency International says most of FIFA’s 209 member associations publish little or no information about how they spend millions of dollars from world football’s governing body. Mark Bisson reports.
June 6 – FIFA’s former head of security tells INSIDER that Michael Garcia’s bidding investigation should have happened “a long time ago” and says FIFA has plenty of work ahead to revamp its governance. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Jan. 20 – North Korea men’s and women’s football teams will participate in this year’s Asian Games … A former FIFA security adviser says China needs to crack down on match-fixing.
March 28 – Team GB boss Stuart Pearce says the Olympics are “one of the most exciting” tournaments to take place in England for young British players… FIFA’s outgoing head of security hopes his whistleblowing programme is not watered down… Gerard Houllier on the English FA’s new centre of excellence. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from Manchester.
Jan. 11 – Israeli football leader is questioned as part of an ongoing fraud probe… FIFA vows to protect match-fixing whistle-blowers. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Nov. 17 – IMG senior VP and former CEO of Inter Milan Jeff Slack warns UEFA that Financial Fair Play will be “complicated” to get right… Qataris launch match-analysing technology… FIFA’s head of security outlines security vision for future World Cups. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from Doha.
Nov. 14 – Brazil 2014’s head of operations dismisses concerns about World Cup preparations being behind schedule, even claiming that FIFA is happy with the country’s current progress. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from the Aspire4Sport conference in Doha.