Sepp Blatter says his successor Gianni Infantino has shown him no respect by failing to return his phone calls.
Not content with expanding the World Cup to 40 teams, the Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, has suggested going even further and opening up the competition to 48 countries from 2026.
Gianni Infantino is set to be interviewed by a member of Fifa’s ethics committee amid allegations that the president breached world football’s governing body’s code of ethics.
The Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, has hired the Norwegian FA official Kjetil Siem as his new director of strategy to oversee reform – two years after Siem hailed Sepp Blatter as “a role model”.
Swiss prosecutors are believed to have launched investigations into World Cup ticketing contracts stretching back decades, opening up a new front in their probe into Fifa corruption.
It is natural to be sceptical about the election of the Uefa general secretary, Gianni Infantino, as president of Fifa – and about the election being held at all at football’s world governing body, rendered so toxic by the stench of corruption.