Jerome Valcke: Under investigation secretary general fired by FIFA
Jerome Valcke: Under investigation secretary general fired by FIFA

Valcke has been accused of aiding a scheme to sell 2014 World Cup tickets on the black market.

FIFA ethics committee opens formal proceedings against Jerome Valcke
FIFA ethics committee opens formal proceedings against Jerome Valcke

Investigators for the ethics committee recommended on Tuesday that Valcke be banned from world soccer for nine years.

FIFA judges extend Jerome Valcke suspension by 45 days
FIFA judges extend Jerome Valcke suspension by 45 days

The adjudicatory chamber of the Ethics Committee chaired by Mr Hans-Joachim Eckert has decided on the matter.

FIFA investigators ask for 9-year Jerome Valcke ban
FIFA investigators ask for 9-year Jerome Valcke ban

Investigators also asked for Valcke's temporary suspension to be extended for 45 days. 

Biggest sports controversies of 2015
Biggest sports controversies of 2015

Like always, the sports fraternity witnessed numerous shocking controversies in 2015. 

South Korea's Chung Mong-Joon withdraws from FIFA presidency race
South Korea's Chung Mong-Joon withdraws from FIFA presidency race

Chung Mong-Joon announced that he was withdrawing from the race for the FIFA presidency due to an "unjust" ban on him.

FIFA's leaders meet amidst latest scandal storm
FIFA's leaders meet amidst latest scandal storm

FIFA's executive committee were gathering on Tuesday at the Zurich headquarters.

FIFA says Michel Platini arguments on 90-day suspension `not valid`
FIFA says Michel Platini arguments on 90-day suspension `not valid`

FIFA's ethics committee has declined the argument by Michel Platini's lawyer that his client was not allowed to defend himself in the adjudicatory chamber of committee before his suspension, saying that the remark is 'not valid'.

Sepp Blatter fights ban as FIFA plans October 20 crisis talks
Sepp Blatter fights ban as FIFA plans October 20 crisis talks

FIFA president Sepp Blatter appealed against the 90-day ban that forced him out of office, his lawyers confirmed, as world football's sleaze-tainted governing body headed into months of turmoil over how to find a new leader.

Sepp Blatter fights ban amid FIFA turmoil even as Asian body calls for emergency meeting
Sepp Blatter fights ban amid FIFA turmoil even as Asian body calls for emergency meeting

FIFA president Sepp Blatter appealed against the 90 day ban that forced him out of office, a report said on Friday as world football's sleaze-tainted governing body headed into months of turmoil over how to find a new leader.

Under-fire Michel Platini slams 'farcical' FIFA ban
Under-fire Michel Platini slams 'farcical' FIFA ban

UEFA president Michel Platini has described FIFA's 90-day ban on him as 'farcical', and insisted that he will contest the decision at the appropriate time.

FIFA Ethics Committee suspends Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini, Jerome Valcke for 90 days
FIFA Ethics Committee suspends Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini, Jerome Valcke for 90 days

FIFA Ethics Committee on Thursday provisionally suspended Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini and Jerome Valcke for ninety days with immediate effect.

Jerome Valcke case `briefly` discussed at FIFA meet, says Wolfgang​ Niersbach
Jerome Valcke case `briefly` discussed at FIFA meet, says Wolfgang​ Niersbach

The suspension of secretary general Jerome Valcke was "briefly" discussed at FIFA`s ongoing executive committee meeting, the head of the German football federation, Wolfgang Niersbach, said Friday. 

Sepp Blatter says failure to back reforms would be betrayal
Sepp Blatter says failure to back reforms would be betrayal

Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter told his scandal-plagued federation`s 209 member associations on Thursday that failure to support reform would amount to a betrayal of millions of football fans.

FIFA `committed` to working with authorities in Jerome Valcke case
FIFA `committed` to working with authorities in Jerome Valcke case

 FIFA insisted Thursday they were "committed" to working with the authorities in any investigation, following the suspension of secretary general Jerome Valcke.

Swiss authorities ask FIFA for access to suspended Jerome Valcke's emails
Swiss authorities ask FIFA for access to suspended Jerome Valcke's emails

 Switzerland`s Attorney General Michael Lauber has formally asked FIFA to give investigators access to the email accounts of the global football organisation`s suspended General Secretary Jerome Valcke.

Sepp Blatter under fresh fire ahead of two-day FIFA Executive Committee meeting
Sepp Blatter under fresh fire ahead of two-day FIFA Executive Committee meeting

 From corruption investigations in the United States and Switzerland to the sudden suspension of his right-hand man, FIFA chief Sepp Blatter can expect a barrage of questions when he faces the media on Friday.

FIFA set for first post-Jerome Valcke executive committee meeting
FIFA set for first post-Jerome Valcke executive committee meeting

Scandal-engulfed FIFA will be in the spotlight again this week during the first executive committee meeting since the suspension of secretary general Jerome Valcke.

KPMG reviews Swiss auditing unit over FIFA: Report
KPMG reviews Swiss auditing unit over FIFA: Report

Auditing firm KPMG has launched an internal review of its Swiss business over audits of world soccer body FIFA`s financial record keeping, according to a Swiss newspaper.