Does sport need its own anti-corruption agency?
I was pleased to read the report on FIFA and Human Rights from Professor John G Ruggie of Harvard University.
Time flies! It’s been one month since I’ve had time to write a few words for here because I’ve been busy working on two big projects close to my heart.
And now for something completely different…
We all have our thoughts on the five FIFA Presidential candidates. To the extent that they have a platform, they are remarkably similar and, in typical FIFA fashion, we know that the election will be contested behind closed doors. Read more here about the FIFA election, the candidates, their manifestos.
What a fascinating insight into FIFA this week has been.
I have just had a wonderful experience that I want to share with you.
Amongst tragic events that grab the world’s attention, such as what happened in Paris (and Beirut) last week, there are always good things that happen and good people that give solace, courage and hope. You read something, listen to something, watch something – and just say ‘wow’.