April 30 – FIFA says the case is closed on the ISL bribery scandal, with president Sepp Blatter cleared by the Ethics Committee but his predecessor Joao Havelange quite the opposite.
April 24 – CONMEBOL boss cites health reasons in quitting FIFA Ex-Co … Former member of Independent Governance Committee lashes out at FIFA … More inside this Newsdesk …
March 22 – FIFA’s Independent Governance Committee “welcomes the democratic process” by which world football’s governing body is going about its reforms but urges further action to “survive the next decades” ahead.
Aug. 30 – The head of FIFA’s Independent Governance Committee tells World Football INSIDER that his committee will soon embark on “the bigger haul” of the process to improve the way world football’s governing body is run. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
April 3 – The head of FIFA’s Independent Governance Committee tells INSIDER he is happy Sepp Blatter is showing a willingness to push through his reforms but seriously questions whether the Swiss will go far enough – and doesn’t rule out quitting the process. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.