Keir Radnedge unravels the legal complexities surrounding the transfer ban imposed upon Sion, and examines the Swiss side's attempts to overturn it.
Keir Radnedge looks at the latest twists and turns in FIFA's cash-for-votes scandal.
The FIFA rankings may seem like a harmless joke, but their role in determining the seedings for international tournaments means they should be taken seriously.
Keir Radnedge on Mohamed Bin Hammam's refusal to go quietly.
Twelve months on from the high of the 2010 World Cup, FIFA's credibility has been shattered by a series of off-the-pitch scandals.
Brian Glanville applauds the decision to impose a lifetime ban on Mohamed Bin Hammam, but wonders whether anything will change at FIFA while Sepp Blatter remains in charge.
The world game in crisis, a discredited governing body, a president tainted by corruption. What now for FIFA?
FIFA's bribery crisis showed that the game's governing body was out of touch with the modern world.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011, could be a historic day for FIFA as the 208 officially recognised, paid-up nation members of world football’s governing body choose a new president...and he could…