Dominic Bossi and Nick Miller 12:40 AM The Football Federation of Australia will throw their support behind Blatter's only challenger in the wake of the latest corruption scandal that has led to seven senior football officials being arrested.
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Six football officials were arrested in Zurich early on Wednesday upon request from US authorities, suspected of receiving bribes worth millions of dollars, Swiss authorities said.
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Stephanie Clifford, Matt Apuzzo. 1:21 AM Investigators claim FIFA officials have treated the sport as a cash cow.
Michael Lynch 11:31 PM Frank Lowy has every reason to fear Australia's soccer chiefs being implicated in the crackdown on corruption that has rocked the game in the past 48 hours.
9:17 PM The same morning allegedly corrupt FIFA officials were escorted from their luxurious Zurich hotel, bedsheets hiding what was left of their dignity, one Australian was around the corner armed with a broadsheet.
9:01 PM May 27 will go down as one of the worst days in the history of world soccer's governing body FIFA, according to former presidential candidate Luis Figo.
8:58 PM Swiss authorities say there are no plans as yet to question FIFA president Sepp Blatter in their investigation of money laundering and corruption allegations against soccer's main international body.
8:48 PM The power players, and the roles they played in the controversial bidding process.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker 8:29 PM An alleged $500,000 theft of Australian football funds by a suspected corrupt former FIFA executive has been referred to the Australian Federal Police by independent senator Nick Xenophon✓.
Dominic Bossi 7:32 PM Australian soccer presenter Les Murray says FIFA cannot rid itself of corruption under the guidance of president Sepp Blatter and has called for his removal for the health of the sport.
Michael Lynch 2:43 PM FFA President Frank Lowy is due to fly into the FIFA maelstrom in Switzerland when his plane touches down in Europe on Thursday evening – and Australian sports fans will be keenly waiting to hear what he plans to do in the scheduled election for FIFA president due on Friday.
11:39 AM Here is the indicted FIFA officials fit into the hierarchy of one of the most powerful groups in world sport.
Ben Rumsby 9:58 AM Why is the FBI investigating FIFA? The FBI was revealed to be investigating FIFA shortly after Qatar was controversially awarded the 2022 World Cup at the expense of the United States. The probe focused mainly on allegations of wrongdoing on US soil, particularly by members of Concacaf.
Jere Longman 9:42 AM Power broker earned the nickname Mr 10 Per Cent but when the FBI pulled him over in New York while riding on a motorised scooter, the world of FIFA was set to change.
Jim White 9:26 AM The FBI and Swiss law will be the toughest opponents Blatter has faced in 17 years at the top of FIFA which have made him sport's most toxic figure, writes Jim White.
Oliver Brown 9:17 AM FBI's staggering list of charges against FIFA must finally bring to an end odious culture of corruption that stretches back more than two decades and is noblest gift America could have given football, writes Oliver Brown.
9:15 AM Sevilla retained their Europa League title to claim the trophy for a record fourth time with a 3-2 victory over plucky Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk thanks to Carlos Bacca's double in an exciting final.
Andrew Martin 7:05 AM A suitcase full of $US10,000 rows was part of a massive bribery campaign to secure the South African soccer world cup, officials claim.
Napoli coach Rafael Benitez will hold a news conference on Thursday amid speculation that the Spaniard is set to take over at Real Madrid, the Italian club announced on Tuesday.