Sepp Blatter has still not forgiven England and the US for his downfall, and the former Fifa president is critical of the decision to expand the World Cup to 48
The manner in which Sepp Blatter played fast and loose with FIFA money has been laid bare by the written judgment of his vain appeal to CAS against his six-year…
Embittered Blatter critical of CAS judgement and the way his successor Gianni Infantino has operated since he was elected.
Game up for Blatter as CAS refuses to overturn the six-year ban imposed by Fifa's ethics committee.
Sepp Blatter takes his case to Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Brian Glanville reports on the latest Fifa scandal and looks at England's chances at Euro 2016.
Criminal charges may follow as scale of Fifa renumeration for Blatter, Valcke and Kattner is laid bare.
Former allies who fell out will, now rely upon each other for help, as they seek to have suspensions lifted.
Sepp Blatter's friends in high places were deemed a useful asset by the authorities.
Blatter feels airbrushed from Fifa history, but admits he would have backed Infantino as his successor.