(WFI) All three have already pleaded guilty to bribery and corruption charges.
May 12 – Kuwait Football Clubs, a group formed by the country’s leading teams and sports, are lobbying FIFA executives in Mexico City ahead of Friday’s congress in their quest to have the country’s suspension lifted. Mark Bisson reports.
March 3 – IOC takes no action into conduct of Sheikh Ahmad in the FIFA election process after a presidential candidate filed a complaint alleging he broke ethics rules… Ahmad explains FIFA Congress mystery. Mark Bisson.
Feb 26 – Hours after the Kuwaiti government accused FIFA of “trying to manipulate football”, world football’s congress rejected calls for a Friday decision on the country’s suspension. Mark Bisson reports from Zurich
Oct. 16 – Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa “intends to stand” for the FIFA presidency, sources close to the Asian football chief tell INSIDER. Mark Bisson reports.
Aug. 6 – Chung Mong-joon officially launches bid to replace Sepp Blatter later in August… Liberian FA chief’s FIFA presidential campaign fails to win support of African confederation. Mark Bisson reports.
June 3 – As Sepp Blatter prepares to feel the heat from an FBI investigation into a decades-long bribery scandal, senior football executives are considering entering the race to replace him. Mark Bisson reports.
May 28 – In a dark corner of the Baur au Lac hotel bar, Asian sports powerbroker Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah was seen plotting with UEFA chief Michel Platini and a group of other football executives. Mark Bisson reports from Zurich
April 30 – Sepp Blatter launched his final charm offensive at a confederation congress today before the FIFA presidential election on May 29. Mark Bisson reports.
March 5 – Asian sports powerbroker Sheikh Ahmad is among seven candidates vying for three of the region’s seats on the FIFA Executive Committee, the Asian Football Confederation confirms.