Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he was 'very confident' ahead of his appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport on August 25, where he will contest his ban from football, his.. Source: news across the world -
It was reported that Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini and secretary general Jerome Valcke have been provisionally suspended by FIFA for 90 days! As ever, the internet immediately reacted to the news, so.. Source: Rumble -
Football Daily's very own Patrick McKemey and Patrick Van Straaten joined Laurence Mckenna in a very special episode of Football Daily Weekly! The panel discuss and dissect 2015 - the good and the bad!.. Source: Rumble -
(CNN)Some say it's a case of new president, same old FIFA, but Gianni Infantino is confident soccer's world governing body has "turned a page" and will overcome the "forces that don't want change." The.. WorldNews
JEFF POWELL: We are beginning to wonder what exactly has been achieved by driving former FIFA president Sepp Blatter out of football. Gianni Infantino succeeded Blatter to that office six months ago. MailOnline
One of football governing body Fifa’s leading officials has suggested that the controversial votes to stage the World Cup in Qatar and Russia “may be the best thing” to have happened to the.. City A.M.
Former Fifa vice-president Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan has rebuked the decision of the world governing body to disband its anti-racism task force.
Fifa’s decision was communicated to.. City A.M.
GENEVA (AP) — The strict rules FIFA passed in February to oversee its top officials seem to have been relaxed and do not need to be applied to the letter, months after the scandal-scarred soccer body.. Seattle Times
Michel Platini could receive a pay-off from UEFA despite being banned from the game over a payment from ex-FIFA president Sepp Blatter in 2011. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age •RTE.ie
ZURICH (AP) " Sepp Blatter has been expelled from FIFA but not eradicated from its headquarters.A swift left turn after entering FIFA's slate-walled lobby in Zurich still takes visitors to the place.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times