(WFI) Football’s governing body summons Moroccan and North American bid teams to Zurich as evaluation decision looms.
(WFI)- A big decision on Video Assistant Referees could come at the upcoming FIFA Council meeting in Bogota.
July 13 – FIFA is moving ahead with the revamp of its development program aimed at injecting millions of dollars into the work of football associations around the world.
July 8 – Slovenia’s top auditor Tomaz Vesel is FIFA’s new audit and compliance chairman and will help determine the salary of president Gianni Infantino. Mark Bisson reports.
March 1 – INSIDER editor Mark Bisson had a birds-eye perch for FIFA’s Extraordinary Congress.
Jan. 19 – FIFA’s World Football Museum opening next month will not feature any major exhibits featuring disgraced president Sepp Blatter. Mark Bisson reports.
Sept. 28 – Qatar 2022 World Cup will be played over 28 days in November and December… FIFA Code of Ethics changes coming… No obligation for clubs to release players for men’s Rio 2016 Olympic tournament.
Sept. 14 – Loretta Lynch won’t say if outgoing president Sepp Blatter is targeted in expanding probe into FIFA corruption – but she expects more charges against “individuals and entities”. Mark Bisson reports.
June 17 – US legal expert Michael Buckner spoke with Ed Hula, managing editor of World Football INSIDER, about what’s next for the top FIFA officials not indicted by US authorities, including embattled FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
June 16 – US law firm president Michael Buckner says the FIFA officials indicted on racketeering charges could serve jail sentences as long as 20 years if they are convicted.