If you think things at FIFA are bad now...
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil was the most successful ever - in financial terms if nothing else.
FIFA president used to count on voting block, but members given free rein this time around.
Sepp Blatter is 70 today, the same age as Sir Stanley Rous was when he was voted out of office.
Sepp Blatter used to be able to count on the support of South America's old guard, but not any more.
Michel Platini is culpable, argues Theo Zwanziger, departing member of FIFA's executive committee.
FIFA softens stance with European clubs on issue of compensation
The 'reptilian' Jerome Valcke is the perfect man to promote Qatar's suitablilty to host the World Cup, argues Brian Glanville.
Dutch FA chief's pledges show number of similarities to those of rival candidate Luis Figo.
FIFA president has nothing to gain and everything to lose from a televised debate.