July 3 – The FIFA president isn’t coming to the Canada 2015 final, but the U.S. vice president is. Bob Mackin reports from Vancouver
April 4 – Lydia Nsekera, the first woman elected to the FIFA Executive Committee, has been appointed to chair an International Olympic Committee commission. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Nov. 19 – Lydia Nsekera, the first woman to be elected to FIFA’s exective committee, has been ousted as president of the Burundi Football Association. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
June 3 – Lydia Nsekera is the first woman to be elected to FIFA’s ExCo… China’s Zhang Jilong, the former Asian football leader, parachuted in to replace disgraced Fernando… With terms/age limits and the publication of salaries/expenses missing, Blatter’s reforms process is far from concluded. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
July 25 – FIFA president Sepp Blatter will headline a two-hour, pre-match discussion on eradicating discrimination from football next week… The Swiss praises hard work of FIFA’s Zhang Jilong and LOCOG ahead of first match of the Olympics tournament. INSIDER’s Bob Mackin reports.
May 22 – FIFA appoints Swiss businessman Domenico Scala as independent chair of its new audit and compliance committee. But Sepp Blatter’s anti-corruption mission stalls due to delay in appointing the heads of its new two-chamber ethics panel… Burundi FA president Lydia Nsekera is co-opted onto the FIFA Ex-Co. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.