March 14 – FIFA has banned three South African Football Association officials, including former CEO Leslie Sedibe, after a probe into fixing international friendlies in the build-up to the 2010 World Cup. Mark Bisson reports.
July 29 – The Asian Football Confederation is calling for its member associations to increase their vigilance against match-fixers… Tony Fitzgerald is elected as president of the Football Association of Ireland.
July 28 – FIFA extends sanctions on players from Ghana and Malta over match-fixing… FIFA’s anti-discrimination chairman condemns remarks made by the Italian FA presidential candidate Carlo Tavecchio who described African players as “banana eaters”. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
May 28 – UEFA and the Europe’s law enforcement agency Europol sign a cooperation agreement in a bid to ramp up the fight against match-fixing. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Feb. 17 – Conmebol investigates reports of racial taunts toward former Brazil national teamer … Bulgarian fears two teams involved in matchfixing.
November 25, 2013 – FIFA’s security director says progress is being made … Asian Football Confederation signs a memorandum of understanding.
Feb. 18 – World Football INSIDER looks ahead to the key events in the global football business.
June 6 – With two days to go until the opening of Euro 2012, Michel Platini restated UEFA’s tough stance on matchfixing saying any player found guilty “won’t play football again”… No goal-line technology but additional assistant referees make their debut at the Euros. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.