Documents seized amid calls for Blatter to stand down immediately.
Staging vote would be a "nonsense" says FIFA General Secretary.
December tipped as date for choosing Sepp Blatter's successor.
Brian Glanville reflects on another week of revelations from football's governing body.
With the focus upon the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, Germany has been forced to deny it did anything wrong to win the right to host the 2006 finals.
Earthquake funds alleged to have ended up in account controlled by Warner.
"Incredible" that Blatter plans to hang around, says Wolfgang Niersbach.
Jack Warner claims he can prove links between FIFA and the 2010 Trinidad and Tobago general election.
Blazer's corruption dates as far back as 1992, when he took bribes on TV contracts.
With Sepp Blatter on his way, attention has switched to possible successors, and in particular whether UEFA chief Michel Platini will stand for the presidency.