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Infantino sole candidate for FIFA presidency in June vote

The election will take place on June 5 in Paris ahead of the women's World Cup

Fifa lifts Club as split hits the fans

Infantino says it’s in the best interests of football to expand the Club World Cup

Editorial: A beautiful game of capital gain

'​The Fifa World Cup is an extravagant symbol of so much that is wrong with this world. But let’s not kid ourselves: we are going to watch it anyway'

Fifa names high rollers

Sepp Blatter and Jerome Valcke are among the officials who milked the association

CAF president Issa Hayatou faces challenger in bid for eighth term

Ahmad Ahmad, head of the Madagascar Football Assocation, has picked up key votes with his calls for 'change' against the 70 year old.

Court of Arbitration for Sport maintains Sepp Blatter ban

Blatter was banned from all soccer-related activity last December along with then-European soccer boss Michel Platini.

Blatter and Platini banned by Fifa for eight years

Football moguls still in denial, claim unfair treatment and will appeal ruling of ethics committee.

Putin: Blatter deserves Nobel prize

Russian President Vladimir Putin believes Sepp Blatter is not only innocent, but deserves a Nobel prize for his stewardship of Fifa.

Blatter to stick it out until he pushes through Fifa reform

While critics step up their call for Sepp Blatter's departure amid a growing scandal, he has no plans to step down before his replacement.

Fifa $10-million – it looks, smells and tastes like a bribe

Stefaans Brümmer examines the evidence that the South Africa payment to Jack Warner was corrupt.

How much did Mbeki and Blatter know?

What did Thabo Mbeki and Sepp Blatter know about – and do to facilitate - the $10-million "bribe" allegedly to win the 2010 World Cup vote?

Fifa, Blatter and Africa: A special relationship

Peter Alegi, researcher in African football culture offers possible reasons for Africa's loyalty to, and support for, outgoing Fifa boss Sepp Blatter.

Fifa’s decades of corruption laid bare in Blazer guilty plea

Top Fifa official Chuck Blazer has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes to influence both the 1998 and 2010 World Cups.

Mbalula: Don’t knock us, we’ve got a nation to build

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has again said neither the government nor the LOC paid any bribes to Fifa officials to secure hosting rights.

Blatter becomes new focus of FBI probe

US media reports say the FBI has a new focus on Fifa supremo Sepp Blatter, but many are already asking who the next chief of Fifa will be.

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