April 29 – Former UEFA president Michel Platini arrived at CAS Friday morning to appeal his six-year ban from world football.
March 17 – FIFA reveals for the first time how much money it was paying disgraced former president Sepp Blatter as he appeals his ban to CAS. Gerard Farek reports.
March 16 – As it tries to reclaim “tens of millions of dollars” pocketed illegally by corrupt former officials, FIFA admits for the first time that ExCo members sold their votes to help South Africa secure the 2010 World Cup. Mark Bisson reports.
March 9 – Evidence is seized in raid on French Football Federation offices in connection with the Swiss criminal investigation against former FIFA president Sepp Blatter. Mark Bisson reports.
March 4 – A law firm suggests there is no evidence of Germany buying votes from FIFA members to stage the 2006 World Cup but can’t prove it. Kevin Nutley reports.
Feb. 26 – FIFA elects Gianni Infantino to replace disgraced president Sepp Blatter in an unexpected turn of events. Kevin Nutley reports.
Feb. 26 – FIFA approves sweeping reforms it hopes will recover its battered reputation… Muted congress with Blatter, Platini, Valcke absent… Optimistic timetable to transform scandal-hit federation. Mark Bisson reports from Zurich.
Feb. 25 – The five presidential contenders pitch the regional confederations on the eve of the most important election in FIFA’s history. Mark Bisson reports from Zurich
Feb. 24 – Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter still cannot attend the FIFA Congress this Friday and get the send off he desires. Kevin Nutley reports.
Feb. 16 – Disgraced Sepp Blatter returned to FIFA headquarters to appeal his eight-year ban for financial misconduct.