May 11 – As FIFA renews its threat to suspend Indonesia from international football, two of the candidates it seeks to ban from next week’s federation presidential elections are challenging the governing body over its decision. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
April 14 – The Indonesian FA president is expected to face police questioning after the car of a rival football official was attacked during protests against the federation last month. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports
April 12 – Australia and Indonesia, whose bids for the 2022 World Cup were beaten by Qatar, could be part of a regional bid to host the 2030 tournament. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
April 4 – FIFA have brought an end to the career of disgraced Indonesian FA (PSSI) president Nurdin Halid and devolved all responsibilities from the current PSSI executive committee after FIFA’s emergencies committee decreed it was “not in control of football in Indonesia” and had lost “all credibility.” INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
March 28 – FIFA has castigated the discredited leadership of Indonesia’s FA after it prevented a FIFA observer from attending a special congress it had ordered, and for falsely claiming that football’s world governing body ordered the cancellation of the meeting. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
March 25 – Leading members of Indonesia’s football reform movement tell INSIDER that they fear the discredited leadership of the country’s FA (PSSI) will try and manipulate tomorrow’s PSSI Congress, which is deciding on voting procedures for April’s presidential election.
March 18 – FIFA President Sepp Blatter threatens to suspend the Indonesian FA (PSSI) if they do not get their “house in order” as FIFA sends the clearest signal yet that disgraced PSSI President Nurdin Halid will not be allowed to stand for re-election next month. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
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March 8 – FIFA President Sepp Blatter says that disgraced Indonesian FA (PSSI) President Nurdin Halid will not be allowed to stand for a third term in elections to be held next month. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports from Ramallah.
March 4 – FIFA seem set to overlook goal line technology when its lawmaking body, the International Football Association Board, meet in Wales this weekend. With INSIDER’s James Corbett.