March 11 – Defeated FIFA presidential candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa restates support for Gianni Infantino’s mission to clean-up the scandal-ravaged world football federation.
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. 27 – Shellshocked Gianni Infantino promises to “work tirelessly” to restore FIFA’s battered image… Voting alliance with Prince Ali seals victory… Amid U.S. and Swiss probes into FIFA corruption it won’t be easy to move on from the past. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson has this analysis from Zurich.
Feb. 26 – FIFA elects Gianni Infantino to replace disgraced president Sepp Blatter in an unexpected turn of events. Kevin Nutley reports.
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 – The FIFA Executive Committee urges passage of proposed reforms; CAS rules against Prince Ali’s transparent voting booths. Gerard Farek reports.
(WFI) Gianni Infantino’s campaign for the FIFA presidency took him to South Africa on Monday.
Feb. 19 – Prince Ali plans oversight group to recover from FIFA “crisis”… Salman vows to revitalise FIFA… Blatter won’t endorse successor… Sexwale talks of brown envelopes. Mark Bisson reports.
Feb. 18 – INSIDER understands that Sheikh Salman will spend the next week in Zurich and is “comfortable” he has the support to win the FIFA election… Infantino support grows. Mark Bisson reports.
Feb 17. INSIDER understands Sheikh Salman’s fierce rival Gianni Infantino is in Kuala Lumpur lobbying hard on the Asian football chief’s turf. But the AFC boss was not present at Wednesday’s meeting. Mark Bisson reports.