For months supporters and fans alike have clamored for change in FIFA. But do they want it done?
Posts Tagged ‘FIFA’
With the recent successes CONCACAF should be on Cloud nine. But their own corruption scandal has proven to be their undoing, writes Sean Maslin.
Alcides Ghiggia was the World Cup winning hero for Uruguay in 1950. His tale is as dramatic today as it was then, writes Aidan Williams.
Sepp Blatter’s first press conference since announcing his resignation was dramatically interrupted – and that wasn’t even the most interesting part, writes Pavan Mano
In the wake of the controversy surrounding FIFA, there are now more questions to be answered regarding the FAI, writes Daniel Collins.
Alan Moore discusses the lack of top brass support when it comes to having major sporting events in Ireland.
Alan Moore discusses irony in the context of the latest FIFA revelations, as well as past World Cup bids under Sepp Blatter’s watch.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little look at a big week for FIFA and preview the Champions League Final, as well as Ireland’s clash with England.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little pay tribute to Bill O’Herlihy, discuss Sepp Blatter and the FIFA arrests, and review the final weekend in the Premier League.
Alan Moore offers his thoughts on FIFA in the wake of the arrests that are set to heap intense scrutiny onto the game’s governing body.