Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa is set to be re-elected for a second full term as President of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) at the governing body's Congress in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow.
Bahrain's Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa is set to be re-elected unopposed as President of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) after his last rival officially pulled out today.
Sheikh Salman on course for re-election as Asian Football Confederation President unopposed after withdrawal of UAE rival
Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa looks set to be re-elected unopposed as President of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) after the man expected to be his closest rival, Mohammed Khalfan Al Romaithi, withdrew and pledged his support to the Bahraini.
At least two high-profile FIFA officials, including the body's senior vice-president, are set to miss a crucial Council meeting due to start in Miami tomorrow, although the exact reasons why are unclear.
Four of the five FIFA Presidential Candidates are set to take part in a forum on the future of world football’s governing body at the European Parliament in Brussels on January 27, it has been announced.
FIFA Presidential candidate Shaikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al-Khalifa has revealed he will "divide" world football's governing body if he wins the upcoming election in February.
American broadcaster ESPN has confirmed it has invited the five FIFA Presidential candidates to take part in a televised debate ahead of the election on February 26.
The mighty Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has spoken.
Campaign group #NewFIFANow has announced it has launched a survey for the five FIFA Presidential candidates which asks them to nominate their top three priorities should they be elected as Sepp Blatter’s replacement in February.
FIFA Presidential candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa says he will "assess the situation" if fellow hopeful Michel Platini's ban is lifted.
Bility declared ineligible to stand in FIFA Presidential election as Sheikh Salman passes integrity test
Five candidates have been declared eligible to run for President of FIFA, football's world governing body's Ad-hoc Electoral Committee have said today, with Liberia's Musa Hassan Bility prevented from standing.
Will it be a Sheikh or another suit who wins the dubious right to try and drag FIFA out of the quagmire of corruption after almost half a century when the presidential election to replace Sepp Blatter takes place in February?
Exclusive: FIFA Presidential candidates would withdraw to support Platini if allowed to run, predicts Sheikh Ahmad
Bahrain's Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa will withdraw if Michel Platini is allowed to stand for the President of FIFA, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, a member of the world governing body's ruling Executive Committee, has told insidethegames here.
FIFA Presidential candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa has slammed accusations he was complicit in the torture and arrests of Bahraini athletes in 2011 as “nasty lies” as he bids to detach himself from allegations which have threatened to derail his attempt to replace Sepp Blatter.
Gianni Infantino and Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa today officially declared they will stand to replace Sepp Blatter as President of the FIFA, lodging their candidatures just hours before the final deadline.