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IOC drops Blatter from WADA board

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sepp Blatter's criminal proceedings are the latest scandal to hit FIFA

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reports from Zurich, where Sepp Blatter has been questioned on suspicion of criminal mismanagement and misappropriation, with Michel Platini also being questioned.

The news that the Swiss Attorney General has opened criminal proceedings against FIFA president Sepp Blatter is the latest scandal to rock football's governing body, which has been in crisis since leading officials were arrested in May. 

Here is a look at the key events which have taken place since then. 

May 27: In Zurich, Swiss authorities arrest several top FIFA officials, including current vice-presidents Jeffrey Webb and Eugenio Figueredo.

Charges allege widespread corruption...

 By PA Sport

FIFA's marketing partners and top sponsors

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes gives the latest on Sepp Blatter's announcement that he will not resign, despite an ongoing criminal investigation into his activities as FIFA president.

Several of FIFA's sponsors on Friday night called on president Sepp Blatter to resign from his post immediately.

Here's a look at the organisation's top and second-tier sponsors.

FIFA partners

Adidas: The German sportswear giant is FIFA's oldest sponsor, having been a partner since 1970. Their current deal runs until 2030 and is reported to be worth up to £95million over a four-year period.

Coca-Cola: The soft drinks manufacturer has a 16-year deal which runs until 2022. It is reported to...

IOC drops Sepp Blatter from World Anti-Doping Agency board

Sepp Blatter will no longer serve as a representative on the World Anti-Doping Agency's foundation board.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter will no longer serve as one of the representatives of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on the foundation board for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

Blatter's 16-year-term as an IOC member ended in August after he did not seek re-election, but the 79-year-old's term on the WADA board ran through the end of 2015.

"The IOC is in the process of choosing a new member of the WADA Foundation Board,'' the Olympic body said in a statement. "Mr. Blatter is no...

FIFA ruling to move Palestine-Saudi Arabia WC qualifier 'invalid' - Blatter

Four FIFA sponsors - Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Visa and McDonald's - have called for beleaguered president Sepp Blatter to resign immediately.

ZURICH -- FIFA president Sepp Blatter is continuing regular business at world football's governing body after defying pleas from sponsors to quit immediately, presiding over a dispute between international federations on Tuesday.

Blatter, 79, is determined to stay in power until an emergency election in February, despite being under criminal investigation in Switzerland over alleged financial wrongdoing while running FIFA and at risk of being suspended by his organization's own ethics committee.