June 3 – Gianni Infantino may face an ethics inquiry after reports in a German newspaper allege he ordered the deletion of a recording of the FIFA Council meeting in Mexico last month. Mark Bisson reports.
May 24 – Gianni Infantino ends 13-year FIFA career of deputy secretary general Markus Kattner, firing him for breaching financial ethics rules.
May 20 – FIFA investigators recommend two-year ban for the former German FA chief over the 2006 World Cup scandal.
May 9 – Michel Platini’s career in football administration is finished. He will step down from UEFA after the Court of Arbitration for Sport today rejected his appeal but cut his ban to four years. Mark Bisson reports.
April 22 – FIFA upholds football bans for former FIFA World Cup evaluation chief Harold Mayne-Nicholls and former Nepal football president Ganesh Thapa.
April 13 – Antigua and Barbuda FA leader Gordon Derrick is out of the CONCACAF presidential contest after he failed FIFA integrity checks.
As a licensed FIFA match agent, he was bound by the FIFA Code of Ethics.
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 9 – FIFA reforms chief Francois Carrard says he trusts Gianni Infantino to bring much-needed changes to restore the governing body’s scandal-scarred credibility. Mark Bisson reports.