Sept. 10 – FIFA may introduce new concussion rules halting a match for three minutes… Support for FIFA term limits… Qatar 2022 ready for summer or winter hosting… Former Arsenal vice-chair backs Premier League winter break. Christian Radnedge reports from Soccerex.
July 11 – Liverpool sell Luis Suarez, the disgraced Uruguay striker at the centre of the World Cup’s biggest controversy, to Barcelona for $128 million… FIFA’s Jim Boyce wants divers sent off… Argentine FA sanctioned. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
August 14 – FIFA VP Jim Boyce will play a key role in selecting match officials for Brazil 2014 as new head of its referees committee… FIFA launches three new Facebook pages, with first FIFA app to be unveiled at World Cup draw. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
April 16 – Jim Boyce of Northern Ireland says the sooner world football introduces goal-line technology, the better… Krakow’s deputy mayor says England could very well train on “the best pitch in Poland” ahead of Euro 2012. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Oct. 5 – Three FIFA Ex-Co members today responded to criticism of the scandal-hit World Cup bidding process and claimed Sepp Blatter’s imminent anti-corruption reforms can rebuild the governing body’s battered image. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge reports from Leaders in Football in London.
Oct. 5 – INSIDER is told that Hassan al-Thawadi, secretary general of Qatar’s 2022 World Cup organising committee, will today use the Leaders in Football conference to debunk some myths that have built up around the Gulf state’s tournament plans. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
June 2 – Northern Ireland’s new FIFA vice president Jim Boyce plans to play his part in restoring FIFA’s battered reputation… Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan, Oceania boss David Chung and three new Ex-Co members also take their seats at football’s top table. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from Zurich.