Given that there are only 16 teams in the Russian Premier League, that means there is a high probability that one of the clubs has a doper in the ranks
Russia's problems go deeper than doping - but Richard McLaren’s new report feels like something on an entirely different scale
If the ethics committee concludes there is enough evidence to launch a formal inquiry, Infantino could be suspended for up to 90 days
The disgraced Swiss is currently in the process of appealing his six-year ban from football
Domenico Scala has stepped down in first challenge to new presidency of Gianni Infantino
'We want to embrace diversity and we believe in gender equality,' says Fifa President Gianni Infantino
The former Chelsea manager will take charge of a men's and women's 'legends' team in Mexico City on Wednesday
Wale Akinsanya, who died in January, has been named to referee this weekend's match between Warri Wolves and Giwa
Leaked contracts show the former Uefa director signed off on TV deals with two businessmen who have since been caught up in football's corruption scandal
His signature appears on contracts which link Uefa to one of the men implicated in the World Cup scandal
The 72-year-old could face up to 40 years in prison
The disgraced president was paid £2.6 million in 2015 while world football's governing body paid out $61.5 million on "legal matters"
By voting Infantino not Salman, Fifa has staved off its endgame, at least for the time being
Though there were some stunts in Infantino’s final pitch for the job - he switched between a myriad of languages for instance – the undisguisable core message struck a chord. It was that he wanted millions more of Fifa’s $5.5 billion revenue to be redistributed back to the countries
Mr Infantino’s victory in Fifa’s emergency election has come as a shock
Gianni Infantino will help save Fifa's reputation. But it is an election win bought with Fifa's emptying coffers. And a 40 team World Cup looms.