Electing a FIFA president was rarely as controversial as that between Sepp Blatter and Prince Ali, involving international police, imprisonment and allegations of bribery that ran into tens of millions.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter refuses to resign and take responsibility for the bribery and corruption scandal engulfing football's world governing body. Video: Reuters
"I feel insulted. I feel disgusted and I'm sick of it. Enough is enough," Platini tells a UEFA press conference. Video: Reuters
IRS (Internal Revenue Service) chief says he is issuing a 'red card' to FIFA for 'World Cup of fraud'; FBI says 'nobody above the law.' Video: Reuters
Former FIFA vice president, Jack Warner, has surrended to police, after being charged with corruption. Video: Reuters
FIFA President Sepp Blatter sends his apologies to a medical conference he was scheduled to attend as he concentrates on the crisis enveloping the organisation. Video: Reuters
FIFA say President Sepp Blatter is 'very calm' as Swiss police arrest some of the most powerful figures in global football and insist Friday's presidential election will go ahead as planned. Video: Reuters
FIFA President Sepp Blatter says former presidential rival Luis Figo is free to give his opinion, following criticism from the Portuguese great earlier this week. Video: Reuters
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein is FIFA President Sepp Blatter's only challenger in Friday's presidential election after Luis Figo and Michael van Praag pulled out of the campaign last week. Video: Reuters
Novak Djokovic, Maria Sharapova and Andy Murray are among the tennis players to be amazed by trick shot artist Stefan Bojic. Video: Reuters
IRFU chief executive Philip Browne confirms that Ireland has been named as the host venue for the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Republic of Ireland women's international and Notts County Womens forward Fiona O'Sullivan discusses her Irish roots and the upcoming UEFA European Championship qualifiers. Video: Gareth Maher
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