Oct. 8 – Head of African football steps up to replace suspended Sepp Blatter but confirms he will not be a candidate for the presidency… Hayatou is no stranger to scandal. Mark Bisson reports.
June 24 – The Premier League inks a partnership with the Indian Super League to help bring best practice ideas to the venture launching in September.
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 12 – Lead prosecutor of FIFA’s new two-chamber ethics committee confirms his verdict on the ISL bribery case will come later this month … Changes to AFC Champions League … More inside this Newsdesk …
July 12 – FIFA president Sepp Blatter says times were different when his predecessor Joao Havelange took millions of dollars in kickbacks as part of the infamous ISL marketing scandal… Success of two-year experiment encourages UEFA to continue with AARs in club competitions. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
July 11 – Two former Southampton captains clash in the media over whether an alleged culture of spot-fixing pervaded the Premier League club’s last decade … FIFA applauds Swiss court order … CONCACAF president hosts Executive Committee meeting, strategic retreat. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
April 23 – The Council of Europe has slammed Sepp Blatter’s management of the ISL scandal in a report that reveals two senior FIFA officials received $15.5 million in kickbacks from the football governing body’s now-defunct marketing partner. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Feb. 2 – Switzerland’s supreme court is next in line to hear FIFA’s long-running corruption case… FIFA marks 500 days to go until 2013 Confederations Cup. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Dec. 29 – FC Sion say FIFA’s threat to suspend the Swiss FA is against the law… Files believed to link members of world football’s governing body to the infamous ISL marketing scandal inch closer to the light of day. More in this INSIDER Newsdesk.