March 7 – Sepp Blatter says the South Africa World Cup was “the most splendid ever”. But the FIFA chief admits his scandal-hit organization faces challenges, as it emerged tonight that the Football Association is preparing to back Mohamed Bin Hammam for the FIFA presidency if the AFC boss decides to stand. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.

The International Football Association Board (IFAB) convened for its Annual Business Meeting (ABM) today (Wednesday, 20 October 2010) at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Wales. During the meeting, the IFAB agreed to re-open the discussions concerning goal-line technology. In this regard, the members of the IFAB agreed on the following principles: – The technology 

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11/8/2010 FIFA president Sepp Blatter launches official inquiry into allegations that North Korea humiliated players and officials following disappointing World Cup… He confirms that goal-line technology is on the agenda for IFAB’s October meeting.