May 26 – INSIDER understands that Australia’s sports minister Mark Arbib is closely watching developments at FIFA following calls in some quarters for a re-vote for the 2022 World Cup if bribery allegations against Qatar are proven. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.

May 19 – Sepp Blatter confirms the whistleblower who claims $1.5 million bribes were paid to two Ex-Co members by Qatar will be interviewed by FIFA. He also refuses to rule out re-running the vote for the 2022 tournament. INSIDER understands the whistleblower is a former media officer with the Qatar bid. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson and James Corbett report.

May 12 – FIFA presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam denies the organisation is corrupt following fresh bribery allegations and attacks Sepp Blatter for donating $20m to Interpol without FIFA executive’s backing… Oceania Football Confederation agreed today to support Blatter’s candidacy. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports