March 25 – The UEFA Congress was the first major battleground for the three football executives vying to unseat Sepp Blatter from the FIFA throne. Dutchman Michael van Praag edged his rivals. Mark Bisson reports from Vienna
March 24 – Michel Platini takes aim at Sepp Blatter, saying he wants a “strong FIFA that is respectable and respected” as he is re-elected for a third term at the UEFA Congress. Mark Bisson reports from Vienna.
March 24 – Sepp Blatter faced down some of his most fierce critics by calling for unity and solidarity from Europe’s FAs in a lacklustre speech to the UEFA Congress. Mark Bisson reports from Vienna.
March 24 – CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb tells INSIDER there’s everything to play for in the race for the FIFA presidency. Mark Bisson reports from the UEFA Congress in Vienna
(WFI) UEFA gives the green light to a Nations League in a bid to turn meaningless international friendlies into more attractive ties… Tournament offers four qualifying places for Euro 2020. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
May 20 – World Football INSIDER looks ahead to the key events in the global football business.
March 22 – Michel Platini refuses to commit European football’s governing body to a bloc vote for either Sepp Blatter or Mohamed Bin Hammam in the FIFA presidential race. Blatter dodges INSIDER’s questions. INSIDER editor Mark Bisson reports from Paris.
March 22 – Michel Platini will lead European football’s governing body for another four years after his re-election as president at the UEFA Congress in Paris today. Combating football violence, match-fixing and illegal betting and introduction of financial fair play rules are his priorities. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from Paris.
March 22 – Sepp Blatter told the UEFA Congress today that he will only serve one more term in football’s top job if re-elected in the summer. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from Paris.