If you think things at FIFA are bad now...
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 president says clubs could have points deducted or even be relegated if found guilty.
FIFA president has nothing to gain and everything to lose from a televised debate.
Next week, an opportunity to halt Sepp Blatter's seemingly inevitable re-election presents itself.
It looks like plain sailing for Sepp Blatter, as he combines his presidential obligations with some subtle campaign work.
Blatter would do football a favour if he stood down.