(WFI) CONCACAF says the purpose of this week’s meeting in Miami was to discuss reforms, not which candidate it would back. Kevin Nutley reports..
Feb 12 – FIFA presidential candidates gathered in Miami to pitch their visions for the future of the scandal-hit federation to CONCACAF leaders. Kevin Nutley reports from the meeting.
Feb. 10 – Two more candidates join Bermuda’s Larry Mussenden and Guyana’s Mark Rodrigues in a bid for the presidency of scandal-plagued CONCACAF. Bob Mackin reports.
Dec. 22 – Tokyo Sexwale appeared before a U.S. grand jury as a witness in the ongoing FIFA corruption scandal.
(WFI) Unless something dramatic happens, Sepp Blatter will on Friday emerge victorious from his latest FIFA presidential battle.
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein reaffirmed on Monday he will continue to run for the FIFA presidential elections, taking place end of this month, especially after the supportive and positive responses from the football federations he visited in different countries, and the warm welcome his manifesto has received worldwide.
(WFI) With two months to go in the FIFA presidential race, INSIDER editor Mark Bisson says the candidates vying to dethrone Sepp Blatter need to widen their appeal in countries beyond Europe.