Sport The moment Fifa president Sepp Blatter revealed Qatar as winners of the 2022 World Cup bid

The Qatar tournament looks likely to be moved to the winter

'Overwhelming' body of evidence against Fifa's Bin Hammam

Fifa's investigation into corruption claims made against Mohamed Bin Hammam, the man who sought to unseat Sepp Blatter as president, has concluded that there is "comprehensive and overwhelming" evidence against the Qatari.

Team GB row 'down to lack of trust in Fifa'

Craig Brown believes opposition to a Great Britain football team is down to a simple lack of trust in Fifa.

Jack Warner was 'accessory to corruption'

There is "comprehensive, convincing and overwhelming" evidence that Fifa member Mohamed Bin Hammam tried to bribe officials during his presidential campaign and that Jack Warner was "an accessory to corruption", according to a secret report by Fifa's ethics committee.

Fifa anti-corruption team expected in Zimbabwe

Fifa anti-corruption officials will travel to Zimbabwe next week to help wrap up another damaging match-fixing investigation, the African country's football body said today.

Football in Brief: Bribery probe dropped as Warner resigns his post

Jack Warner quit as a Fifa vice- president yesterday and had a bribery probe against him dropped by world football's governing body.

Warner resigns from Fifa posts

Jack Warner, the man at the centre of the Fifa bribery scandal, has resigned from all his positions in international football.

Uefa want 'concrete' changes at Fifa

UEFA have called on FIFA to implement "concrete" changes in governance within the next three months.

Game vows to fight on in high street squeeze

Game Group saw nearly 15 per cent wiped off its market capitalisation yesterday after it posted another set of dire sales, as its remuneration policy got a bloody nose from investors at its annual meeting.

Chuck Blazer could become focus of Fifa investigation

Officials at the centre of a FIFA investigation have made a complaint against Chuck Blazer, the whistleblower who sparked the bribery scandal that has rocked football's world governing body.

Fifa cash payments row rumbles on

Fresh evidence that Caribbean Football Union (CFU) officials were given envelopes containing "gifts" of $40,000 in cash has been revealed.

Jack Warner will not meet Fifa investigators

Suspended Fifa vice-president Jack Warner says he has no plans to meet investigators probing bribery allegations.

FA must 'play major role' in Fifa reform, says PM

Fifa's reputation is at an "all-time low", said David Cameron yesterday as he described Sepp Blatter's re-election as president of the world governing body as a "farce".

Fifa explain why Qatar whistleblower talks failed

A whistleblower's demands for witness protection helped wreck talks aimed at hearing alleged evidence that Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid paid $1.5 million in bribes, Fifa said today.

Blatter's secret weapon in bid to reform Fifa? Opera

The controversial president of world football's governing body, Sepp Blatter, has revealed the latest recruit to his senior advisory panel, charged with offering advice to the embattled organisation. Step forward... Spanish opera singer Placido Domingo.

So what exactly is the point of Fifa?

The world governing body perfected the machinery of staging World Cups – there's nothing more to do. We can live without them
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