Infantino publishes FIFA presidential manifesto

Jan 21, 2016 FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino recently published his election manifesto ahead of the February 26 election. The election will be taking place against the backdrop of a massive corruption scandal, which has seen 41 individuals and entities charged in the United States. The manifesto was presented during a meeting of the Caribbean ... Read More

FIFA says secretary general Jerome Valcke released from his duties immediately

Sep 22, 2015 The World soccer governing body recently put its Secretary General Jerome Valcke on leave following allegation that suggests he was involved in an improper deal to resell 2014 World Cup tickets for a lucrative profit. FIFA, which is still circumnavigating corruption investigations by Swiss and U.S. authorities, released a statement saying that ... Read More

FIFA reform committee strong on platitudes, short on detail

Sep 8, 2015 Following the indictment of nine of its current and former officials on bribery-related charges, FIFA is currently facing unprecedented pressure from the football community for a total overhaul. Chairman of the reform committee Francois Carrard said the committee had enjoyed two days of “intense and fruitful” discussions after a meeting in the ... Read More