The defending FIFA Women’s World Cup champions show they are more than ready to retain their title. The United States left a series of records in their wake in crushing Thailand 13-0 in their opening Group F match on Tuesday in Reims, France. The result was the most lopsided game in the history of the
(WFI) The FIFA Ethics Committee judging chamber hands down sentence for Worawi Makudi. Gerard Farek reports.
Feb 26 – Thailand’s scandal-hit FIFA ExCo official Worawi Makudi tells INSIDER he’s running for another term, saying his aim is to raise Asian football standards to European levels… Also comments on Blatter leadership and blasts critics of Qatar World Cup switch. Mark Bisson spoke to him.
Nov. 27 – Thailand’s FIFA ExCo member Worawi Makudi tells INSIDER he will cooperate with ethics chief Michael Garcia’s World Cup bidding investigation because he has a clear conscience. Mark Bisson reports.
October 17 – Controversial FIFA executive Worawi Makudi has won a fourth term as Thai FA chief… Players’ union expresses Qatar World Cup concerns… Aldo Rebelo stepping down in Brazil.
July 3 – Manchester City have partnered with Thailand’s est Cola brand in a bid to grow the club’s presence in the south-east Asian country. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Feb. 19 – Renovation of the Maracana stops as workers threaten strike … Talks underway for new Russian league … Shanghai club sanctioned for match-fixing … Rival football factions in Indonesia to meet … More inside this Newsdesk …
Nov. 6 – Samara switches World Cup stadium site … Qatari organizers to consult INTERPOL in lead-up to 2022 … Bangkok Futsal Arena relieved of World Cup role … More inside this WFI Newsdesk …
Sept. 15 – Thailand’s FIFA Executive Committee member Worawi Makudi tells INSIDER he is not fearing any ethics committee probe amid allegations that GOAL program development grants were spent on building facilities on land that he owned. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
May 26 – Red Devils top Premier League with record broadcast payment of 60.4 million pounds ($97m) this season… UEFA awards Euro 2012 rights in Spain and Thailand. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.