(WFI) Former vice-president Jeffrey Webb among three defendants to paint a less than flattering picture of the culture within FIFA. Gerard Farek reports…
Oct. 2 – INSIDER understands that the FIFA Ethics Committee may rule on its investigation into Chung Mong-joon next week, hours before he is due to speak at Leaders in Football in London. Mark Bisson reports.
July 3 – The FIFA president isn’t coming to the Canada 2015 final, but the U.S. vice president is. Bob Mackin reports from Vancouver
July 1 – The lame duck FIFA boss will stay in Zurich due to “current commitments”. Christian Radnedge reports from Montreal
June 24 – FIFA official Joan Cusco says world football’s corruption scandal and the sizzling heat in Baku will not affect the beach soccer competition at the first European Games. Brian Pinelli reports from the Azerbaijani capital.
June 12 – Interpol has suspended its $29 million agreement to fight illegal betting and match-fixing amid the bribery allegations engulfing world football’s governing body. Mark Bisson reports.
June 9 – Thomas Bach says the corruption scandal engulfing FIFA is worse than the IOC’s Salt Lake City affair, saying reforms are “painful but necessary”. Mark Bisson reports.
June 1 – Former IOC marketing chief Michael Payne tells World Football INSIDER that sponsors speaking out against FIFA may not be enough to bring reform.
Sept. 25 – Sepp Blatter says a report into allegations of corruption in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests will not be made public. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
June 10 – FIFA’s Women’s World Cup leaders complete their international promotional tour of 15 countries…CONCACAF general secretary Chuck Blazer dismisses talk of a rift at confederation as Gold Cup gets underway… Carlsberg on board for Leaders in Sponsorship.