More top stories
Mohamed Bin Hammam, the former head of the Asian Football Federation, has claimed the cash given to members of the Caribbean Football Union during his campaign for the Fifa presidency was simply payment to cover their expenses as he launched a stinging attack on the governing body for his life ban.
FIFA executive committee member Mohamed bin Hammam has been banned from football for life after being found guilty of bribery by Fifa's ethics committee.
MOHAMED bin Hammam maintained his innocence on the first day of Fifa's ethics committee hearing into bribery allegations against him and insisted that justice will prevail.
Mohamed bin Hammam will fight to clear his name of bribery allegations at a Fifa ethics committee hearing today.
FIFA member Mohamed Bin Hammam refused to speak to investigators or provide his bank records during the probe into allegations he paid cash gifts to Caribbean football officials, according to a report to Fifa's ethics committee.
SCOTLAND have risen five places to 61st in the latest Fifa World Rankings, thanks to their recent win over Wales at the Carling Nations Cup in Dublin.
CONCACAF closely studied several games at the current Gold Cup tournament after being tipped off about unusual betting patterns but found no evidence of abnormal behaviour, said general secretary Chuck Blazer.
CONTROVERSIAL former football leader Jack Warner has effectively been banned from the game for life, a member of Fifa's ethics committee has said.
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 today faced calls to re-open the investigation into former vice-president Jack Warner after a secret ethics committee report labelled him "an accessory to corruption".
Mohamed Bin Hammam intends to fight Fifa's allegations of bribery all the way to the bitter end.
Jack Warner, the figure at the centre of football's bribery scandal, announced his resignation from Fifa last night with a parting shot claiming the giving of "gifts" has always been part of the culture of the organisation.
The man at the centre of the FIFA bribery scandal, vice-president Jack Warner, has resigned from all his positions in international football.
FIFA have confirmed that Jack Warner will appear as a witness into the continuing investigation into bribery claims despite his resignation.
Fresh evidence that Caribbean football officials were given brown envelopes containing "gifts" of $40,000 in cash has been revealed.
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger is considering an offer from Fifa president Sepp Blatter to take up a role in his new anti-corruption committee.
The power struggle at CONCACAF continues after acting president Lisle Austin was provisionally banned for an alleged rule violation.
SCOTTISH Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan insists he has no regrets about his abortive attempt to block Sepp Blatter's re-election this week and is confident there will be no recriminations from the Fifa president.