Borbely and Eckert accuse FIFA of politicising Ethics as hundreds of cases left open

By Andrew Warshaw in Manama, Bahrain

May 10 – Whatever spin Gianni Infantino puts on it – and he has promised to give his side of the story at the end of tomorrow’s full Congress – FIFA’s ousted ethics chiefs insist they were given no notice whatsoever of the decision to remove them from office and that the lack of a transition period will set FIFA’s much-touted reform process back several years.

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FIFA Ethics smells blood in Derrick case as politics and ‘justice’ look set to clash

By Paul Nicholson

May 2 – After an investigation taking more than a year, FIFA’s investigatory chamber has referred Gordon Derrick’s case to the adjudicatory chamber of the FIFA Ethics committee. The case is potentially one of the most controversial and politically laden decisions FIFA’s court will have had to make – though it has yet to rule against a single case from its investigators.

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