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  • FIFA 2016 PRESIDENTIAL RACE: HOW THE CANDIDATES COMPARE

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . How the manifesto promises compare NB: an earlier version of manifesto comparisons is here; before all candidates were confirmed . By Bonita Mersiades 1 February 2016 With less than four weeks to go until Election Day, all candidates have now issued or updated […]

  • IAAF, Adidas, doping and internal contradictions of WADA report

          By Ross Tucker  (left, professor, Uni of the Free State, South Africa)  & Roger Pielke Jnr (right, professor, University of Colorado-Boulder) 25 January 2016 . The big news in global track and field today is that Adidas will end their sponsorship of the world governing body, the IAAF, four years early, according to a story broken […]

  • FIFA 2016 RACE CANDIDATE INTERVIEW: Prince Ali

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here. . Will the real Prince Ali please stand up? By James Corbett 15 January 2016 When I caught up with Prince Ali Bin Hussein at the launch of his 2016 FIFA presidential manifesto in London last week, it was a day short of […]

  • Prince Ali says FIFA faces ‘catastrophe’ without true reform

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . By James Corbett 5 January 2016 FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Hussein has warned the organisation faces ‘catastrophe’ if FIFA’s congress makes the wrong decision when meeting to elect a new president next month. Speaking at the launch of his manifesto, an updated […]

  • FIFA 2016 RACE CANDIDATE INTERVIEW: Jerome Champagne

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . Interview with FIFA’s “And Yet” Man – Jerome Champagne By James Corbett 30 December 2015 What is Jerome Champagne’s game? For almost two years, ever since he announced his doomed bid to run in last May’s FIFA presidential election, that has been […]

  • American broadcast giant invites FIFA candidates to live TV debate

    By James Corbett 29 December 2015 Major broadcaster ESPN is taking steps to organise a live televised debate between the five candidates still in the running to become the most powerful man in world football, Sportingintelligence can reveal. The US giant has proposed a date of 29 January 2016 and a location of London for the […]

  • FIFA 2016 RACE CANDIDATE INTERVIEW: David Nakhid

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . Interview with The Fallen Man – David Nakhid By James Corbett 10 December 2015 ‘To be, or not to be.’ That was the question posed as the former Trinidad captain, David Nakhid, took to the stage at Aarhus’s Helsingør Theatre in late October […]

  • FIFA 2016 PRESIDENTIAL RACE: HOW THE CANDIDATES COMPARE

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . How the manifesto promises compare NB – this article was published on the date below and reflects manifesto documents on that date. For updates, see the candidate profile pages via home page above By Bonita Mersiades 29 November 2015 With less than three […]

  • FIFA PRESIDENTIAL RACE PROFILE: Musa Bility

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . PROFILE: Musa Bility         Age: 48.      Born: 6 April 6, 1967 in Saclepea, Nimba County. Twitter: @hhbility            Website: None.  Profile page at Liberia FA website Manifesto: Not available. Football background:  Says he played at amateur local level but there is […]

  • FIFA 2016 PRESIDENTIAL RACE: Analysis and debate

    Part of Sportingintelligence’s guide to the 2016 FIFA presidential election: HOME PAGE here . Analysis and debate Between now and the FIFA presidential election, this section will be a platform for analysis and debate from a variety of contributors. The latest article will sit at the top. Contributions welcome; for details see the main page. […]

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