Dec. 6 – The leader in the fight against match-fixing in football is moving on to a new position.
Oct. 30 – Francois Carrard, chair of the 2016 FIFA Reform Committee, will be asked to lift the lid on the secretive process at the Securing Sport 2015 conference in New York City on Tuesday. Mark Bisson reports.
Fernando Hierro and Fernando Sanz named as Ambassadors
Oct. 7 – A former member of FIFA’s Independent Governance Committee calls for Sepp Blatter to “resign for the good of the sport” and demands release of Michael Garcia’s corruption report. Christian Radnedge reports from the Securing Sport conference in London.
July 29 – The International Centre for Sport Security delivers its first match-fixing education and prevention workshops in Africa under a new initiative that involves Sunderland AFC. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
June 6 – FIFA’s former head of security tells INSIDER that Michael Garcia’s bidding investigation should have happened “a long time ago” and says FIFA has plenty of work ahead to revamp its governance. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
July 2 – World Football INSIDER rounds up the latest news on upcoming football business conferences.
June 7 – World Football INSIDER rounds up the week’s press releases from the global football business.
June 6 – World Football INSIDER rounds up the latest news on upcoming football business conferences.
London, England; 24th May 2013; Helmut Spahn, Executive Director of the ICSS, has been appointed as one of the UEFA Security Officers for the UEFA Champions League Final between FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, to be played at the Wembley Stadium London on 25th May. The former head of Security of the 2006 FIFA