• Photo: Fotos GOVBA/Mateus Pereira/Secom/Flickr
    06.01.2016 /
    FIFA's secretary general, Jérôme Valcke, who was suspended in October 2015 pending an investigation into reports of unethical behavior, may look forward to a nine-year ban from FIFA.
  • Photo: Felipe Sampaio Quintanilha/Fotoarena/Flcikr
    22.12.2015 /
    FIFA’s Ethics Committee has banned FIFA President Joseph Blatter and UEFA President Michel Platini from all football-related activities for breaching a number of FIFA rules.
  • Photo: justinshanks/Flickr
    07.12.2015 /
    Sepp Blatter is currently under investigation by the FBI over a letter linking him to the ISL affair, Andrew Jennings’ new BBC Panorama show airing tonight reveals.
  • Photo: MCaviglia/Flickr
    03.12.2015 /
    Swiss authorities this morning arrested another two FIFA officials in Zürich on suspicion of accepting million-dollar bribes.
  • Photo: Sam Cox/Flickr
    20.11.2015 /
    Lack of transparency makes national FAs susceptible to corruption, says newly released report from Transparency International who provides recommendations for football organisations to follow in order to increase their accountability.
  • Photo: Lenbj/Wikimedia
    06.11.2015 /
    Assertions by Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa, a candidate for the presidency of world soccer body FIFA, that he was not involved in the arrest and abuse of sports executives and athletes in his native Bahrain in 2011 raise more questions than answers.
  • Photo: Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game
    28.10.2015 /
    The woeful state of governance across four of the six FIFA confederations was exposed in a fascinating evening session discussing also what the role of the confederations should take in world football.
  • Photo: Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game
    27.10.2015 /
    The old Elsinore Theater in Aarhus provided an ambient setting when two FIFA presidential candidates presented their vision for the football body in a broader panel discussing the future of FIFA in front of Play the Game 2015 delegates.

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