(WFI) The FIFA Ethics Committee judging chamber hands down sentence for Worawi Makudi. Gerard Farek reports.
Oct. 12 – Worawi Makudi, the controversial Thai FA chief linked to allegations of corruption involving former FIFA presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam, is suspended by FIFA ethics committee. Mark Bisson 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.
June 24 – FIFA General Secretary says he’s “not ashamed about what we are doing” in Brazil … Poor turnout at U-20 World Cup in Turkey disappoints FIFA … More inside this Newsdesk …
June 21 – Despite protests, FIFA says it’s yet to consider cancelling the 2013 Confederations Cup … FIFA “very happy” with U-20 World Cup security in Turkey … More inside this Newsdesk …
April 26 – Bahrain’s Sheikh Salman tells World Football INSIDER he’s “very confident” of getting the 31 votes required in the AFC presidential election next week to become one of the most powerful leaders in world football. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson spoke to him.
April 8 – Despite the Olympic Council of Asia endorsing Sheikh Salman for the AFC presidency, Yousuf Al Serkal launched his election manifesto today claiming he had enough support to secure the top job in Asian football. Christian Radnedge reports from Dubai.
March 21 – Asian Football Confederation presidential candidate Yousuf Al Serkal tells World Football INSIDER he supports a switch to a winter World Cup in Qatar… UAE football chief says AFC presidential race remains “neck and neck”. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.