June 5 – The controversial boss of Swiss club FC Sion is seeking to halt the resumption of the Swiss league by requesting an official investigation into the Swiss Football League by the country’s Competition Commission (COMCO).
June 5 – The Sports Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA) has opened up applications to anyone aged 18-25 to become a member of its newly launched Youth Council for Sport Integrity.
June 4 – Bundesliga players who staged protests during matches last weekend following the death of George Floyd in the United States will not be punished, the German Football Federation have confirmed.
June 3 – FIFA President Gianni Infantino has come out in support of the Bundesliga players who added their voices at the weekend to protest against the death of George Floyd in the United States.
By Andrew Warshaw
June 2 – It has been another uncomfortable day for FIFA president Gianni Infantino in the wake of another verbal onslaught by veteran predecessor Sepp Blatter who resigned from the world governing body exactly five years ago.
June 2 – FIFA has urged competition organisers to apply “common sense” when considering whether to sanction players who show solidarity with the George Floyd protest movement during matches.
June 2 – Borussia Dortmund’s England international winger Jadon Sancho was not booked for his ‘Justice for George Floyd’ protest but because he removed his shirt, the German Football Association (DFB) has clarified.
June 2 – Premier League Bournemouth have ended their shirt sponsorship with Asian online bookmaker M88 following the launch of a Gambling Commission investigation into the betting site and associated brands operated by parent company Mansion Europe.
June 2 – The Sport Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA) has unveiled plans for the first ever Sport Integrity Week from 7-11 September 2020.
June 1 – England international Jadon Sancho was among a number of players adding their voice at the weekend to protest against the death of George Floyd, the unarmed African-American whose death in Minneapolis when a police officer kneeled on his neck for more than eight minutes sparked nationwide rioting.
May 27 – SIGA will launch its new intergenerational 2020/2021 Global Agenda for Gender Equity in Sport on Sunday 7 June 2020, symbolically coincide with the anniversary of inaugural match of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup that proved to be a game-changer for the perception of the women’s game.
May 26 – FIFA president Gianni Infantino has flown himself into hot water yet again after newspaper reports disclosed that the FIFA supremo may have lied over the use of a private jet in April 2017.
May 26 – FIFA have suspended the president of Haiti’s football federation for 90 days pending an investigation into allegations he sexually abused teenage girls at the national training centre, built with a FIFA grant.
May 26 – SIGA has placed mental health on its Integrity Agenda during the Mental Health Awareness Week that is currently taking place around the globe, with this year’s theme focused on “acts of kindness”.
May 22 – A second damning report in a space of a few weeks has been published by Britain’s Guardian newspaper into alleged appalling cases of sexual abuse by Haitian FA boss Yves Jean-Bart (pictured).