(WFI) Former FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke, PSG president under investigation in World Cup bribery case.
Dec. 5 – The disgraced former football chief could face more trouble after losing his appeal to CAS.
The Albanian football club Klubi Sportiv Skenderbeu has filed an appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against the decision issued by UEFA Appeals Body on 1 June 2016 (the UEFA Decision) in which it was declared ineligible to participate in the UEFA Champions League competition 2016/2017 following an investigation into alleged match-fixing.
June 3 – FIFA attorneys say ex-FIFA bosses Sepp Blatter, Jerome Valcke and Markus Kattner got insider deals worth millions.
April 12 – Alfredo Hawit entered a guilty plea to four counts of corruption including racketeering, wire fraud and obstructing justice. Kevin Nutley reports.
As a licensed FIFA match agent, he was bound by the FIFA Code of Ethics.
March 4 – A law firm suggests there is no evidence of Germany buying votes from FIFA members to stage the 2006 World Cup but can’t prove it. Kevin Nutley reports.
Jan 8 – Paraguay authorities raided CONMEBOL headquarters Friday in relation to investigations into corruption at FIFA. Kevin Nutley reports.
Dec. 22 – Tokyo Sexwale appeared before a U.S. grand jury as a witness in the ongoing FIFA corruption scandal.
Nov. 17 World football’s governing body bans two officials from Laos, Nepal for taking cash during FIFA elections.