July 23 – Greg Dyke tells MPs the FA will not bid for any more FIFA events until president Sepp Blatter quits or is ousted… He compares FIFA Congress as “like something out of North Korea”, comments on Qatar 2022 and demands to see FIFA report on World Cup bidding corruption. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
October 14 – English FA chairman Greg Dyke meets Sepp Blatter in Zurich today… SPORTEL Monaco gets underway… In Europe, the final four automatic spots and eight play-off berths for Brazil 2014 will be decided on Tuesday… U-17 World Cup kicks off on Thursday. More inside…
October 11 – English FA chairman Greg Dyke will hold talks with Sepp Blatter and Jerome Valcke in Zurich on Monday… His new commission set up to reverse the declining fortunes of the England team and Qatar World Cup issues are expected to be topics for discussion. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
October 9 – Qatar and World Cup hosting dominated the agenda at the first day of the Leaders in Football conference. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from London.
September 9 – Players and coaches react to Mesut Ozil’s switch to Arsenal… Ozil speaks to the press for the first time since signing… Brazil’s revenue predictions for the World Cup… Teams count down to Brazil 2014.
September 5 – Greg Dyke says English football is a “tanker that needs turning”, citing the detrimental impact of foreign imports on the England team’s prospects of success at the European Championships and World Cup. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
August 16 – On the eve of the new Premier League season, chief executive Richard Scudamore rejects claims that the league is not developing enough players to aid England’s quest for trophies. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
August 12 – The furore over a summer 2022 World Cup in Qatar shows no sign of abating after the Football Association’s new chairman Greg Dyke called for the tournament to be moved to winter… INSIDER republishes key points of the FIFA inspection report on Qatar. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
March 21 – Greg Dyke, a former BBC director general and Manchester United director, is to succeed David Bernstein as the new FA chairman. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.