FIFA

  • Photo: Special KRB/Flickr
    31.03.2016 /
    A new report from Amnesty International slams Qatar for not living up to promises to improve workers’ rights and adds to a growing international criticism of Qatar’s inability to properly implement adopted policies.
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    30.03.2016 /
    The Brazilian FA (CBF) and FIFA will come under scrutiny by a newly established investigatory commission.
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    18.03.2016 /
    2015 resulted in a $122 million dollar loss, shows FIFA’s Financial and Governance Report that also for the first time reveals the salary of former FIFA president Sepp Blatter. Meanwhile, Infantino presents roadmap to restore trust in FIFA.
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    17.03.2016 /
    FIFA has submitted a claim to US authorities seeking compensation for the millions of dollars that corrupt FIFA officials have illegally pocketed.
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    By Andreas Selliaas
    01.03.2016 /
    Gianni Infantino will enter his FIFA presidency with promises to be held and alliances to be nurtured in a complex play that includes expectations of reform, a potentially explosive Garcia report and a new King Maker, says Andreas Selliaas commenting from Zürich.
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    By Jens Sejer Andersen, International director, Play the Game
    27.02.2016 /
    FIFA avoided the disaster it would have been to let a sheikh from an Arab dictatorship lead it through democratic reforms. Gianni Infantino came out on top by speaking FIFA classic with golden promises to everyone, and he will get a hard time delivering
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    26.02.2016 /
    Gianni Infantino is the next president of FIFA. This was decided after a second ballot at the international football organisation’s extraordinary congress.
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    26.02.2016 /
    FIFA members have voted in favour of the proposed reform package at today’s Extraordinary Congress.

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