November 16 – The infamous CHF2 million “disloyalty payment” that helped bring down both Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini is back in the news with Platini due to appear today before the Swiss judiciary for the third time in two and half months and the fourth time in all.
November 12 – Napoli’s appeal against Juventus being awarded a 3-0 win for their unplayed fixture last month has been predictably rejected by the Court of Arbitration for sport.
By David Owen
November 5 – Crystal Palace and former Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho has won “substantial” damages from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in settlement of a long-running dispute.
By Andrew Warshaw
October 30 – After a high-profile 10-day trial that gripped world football politics amid persistent conjecture, Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was acquitted today of aggravated criminal mismanagement regarding the allocation of World Cup TV rights.
By Andrew Warshaw
October 29 – Former FIFA number two Jerome Valcke and influential Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who also sits on UEFA’s executive committee, will learn their fate on Friday regarding alleged corruption in the allocation of World Cup TV rights.
October 28 – South Africa’s most successful club, Kaizer Chiefs, have lost their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) regarding an illegal signing and will be banned from any purchases in the next two transfer windows.
By Paul Nicholson
October 26 – The United TTFA members who for eight months have tried to retain power over the Trinidad and Tobago FA after being kicked out by a FIFA Normalisation Committee, have been humiliated twice in three days.
October 20 – Spanish prosecutors have requested a jail sentence of 21 and a half years and a €105 million fine for the president of tier two Las Palmas, Miguel Ángel Ramírez.
October 20 – Germany has issued international arrest warrants for the two founders of the firm at the centre of the tax haven scandal exposed by the Panama Papers, according to German media.
October 16 – The German football federation (DFB) has claimed that it has already paid 2019 taxes related to advertising income after reaching an agreement with tax authorities. Six DFB officials are currently under investigation for tax evasion.
By Samindra Kunti
October 15 – Conmebol is to receive a windfall $37 million from the Swiss bank accounts of Nicolas Leoz and Eduardo Deluca after the Swiss attorney general stated that “the forfeited funds will be returned directly”.
October 9 – Gianni Infantino’s hopes of influencing the judicial case against former Swiss attorney general Michael Lauber (pictured) appear to have been dashed.
October 1 – Brazilian superstar Neymar owes more unpaid tax than any other individual on a Spanish authorities’ blacklist, with debts of €34.6 million according to official documentation.
September 28 – With the pressure mounting, Gianni Infantino has reportedly again asked the Swiss prosecutor who opened an investigation against him to explain exactly why he is being targeted.
September 25 – The verdict in the high-profile trial involving former FIFA number two Jerome Valcke and Paris Saint-Germain president and beIN Media supremo Nasser Al-Khelaifi regarding alleged corruption in the allocation of World Cup TV rights will be released on October 30.