Sept. 12 – Also: First stage of ticket sales for 2018 World Cup begins this week.
June 22 – Fatma Samoura says the appointment of chief financial and compliance officials and improving FIFA’s corruption-tarnished governance structure are top priorities. Mark Bisson reports
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.
July 20 – Sepp Blatter shares date for the 2016 extraordinary FIFA Congress. Reform package approved by ExCo.
August 21 – Two weeks after FIFA’s chief investigator delivers his report on alleged ethical violations in the corruption-hit World Cup bidding process, Sepp Blatter is to open the first World Summit on Ethics at the governing body’s headquarters. By INSIDER’s Mark Bisson
Jan. 20 – Jerome Champagne officially announced his intention to stand for FIFA president in 2015 but straightaway admitted that if Sepp Blatter seeks re-election, he cannot beat him. Christian Radnedge reports from London.
Oct. 31 – FIFA says the four task forces created as part of anti-corruption reforms have concluded their business… But Pele’s contribution to the Brazil 2014 panel was zero as he missed all the meetings. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.