World football body FIFA on Monday filed claims in Swiss court seeking to recover 2 million Swiss francs ($2.01 million) that it said were paid ...
Michel Platini, the former head of European football association UEFA, was detained and questioned by French police on Tuesday over the awarding of ...
Former Fifa president, Sepp Blatter, has claimed that his fellow executive committee (Exco) members of the world football body overlooked advice that ...
Former European soccer chief Michel Platini has said he has been cleared by Swiss authorities of any criminal wrongdoing over payments he received ...
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter, currently serving a ban from the sport, told Reuters on Thursday he is considering legal action against the global ...
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has insisted that ex-France president Nicolas Sarkozy, and former UEFA’s president Michel Platini, have ...
The two FIFA ethics chiefs responsible for banning some of the sport’s most prominent figures following a corruption scandal face an uncertain ...
Michel Platini will discover by May 9 if he has overturned a six-year ban from FIFA
‘The Panama Papers’ claim the law firm of a FIFA ethics watchdog had business relationships with three men
Blatter and Platini were initially found guilty of wrongdoing by FIFA’s independent ethics committee over a previously-secret 2011 financial transaction
FIFA’s ethics committee found Platini guilty of accepting gifts, conflicts of interest and breaching loyalty and general conduct rules
They were banned last month amid the worst corruption scandal in the history of world soccer's governing body
FIFA’s watchdog last week banned Blatter and UEFA boss Michel Platini for eight years for ethics violations
Michel Platini is determined to fight for the FIFA presidency and to clear his name after being banned for eight years
FIFA's ethics committee has often struggled to be taken seriously in the fight against corruption
The demand came in an open letter aimed at FIFA’s executive committee ahead of a key meeting to finalize proposed reforms
Comparing himself to a state president, Sepp Blatter says Ethics Committee does not have power to bar him from office
Michel Platini could face a life ban from the sport if recommendations from FIFA ethics investigators are followed
FIFA is facing pressure to overhaul its governance and improve transparency following the May indictment by U.S. authorities of 14 football officials
Suspended UEFA president Michel Platini has lodged an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against his 90-day ban
FIFA has been plunged into further crisis this year as United States and Switzerland pursue corruption investigations
Former Tottenham defender Ramon Vega is considering the Fifa presidency after the football provisional suspension of its president
European associations would decide next week whether to pick another candidate from UEFA
The Jordanian prince is Platini’s main rival in a February election to replace Sepp Blatter
Swiss prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into Sepp Blatter, the head of world soccer body FIFA
Platini is the front-runner to replace Sepp Blatter in February
sources: he would make his announcement later this week
FIFA presidential candidate Michel Platini has won the key backing of Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa of Bahrain
Prince Ali bin Al Hussein of Jordan has described Michel Platini’s decision to stand for the post as “not good for FIFA.”
Two officials familiar with Platini’s plans have said the FIFA vice president has made a decision to try to succeed Sepp Blatter
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