Nally said the weight of the Asian and African confederations, which between them have the 105 votes needed to win, had swayed the FIFA Coins campaign with the presidential rivals promising more money for member associations.He said real reforms would be forced from outside FIFA, by sponsors. "Unfortunately none of the candidates are addressing the real problems and answering the right questions." Profiles of five contenders for the FIFA presidency, and two prominent figures no longer in the running Disgraced ex-FIFA President Sepp

Blatter (L) and his former crown prince UEFA president Michel Platini (R) have been banned from football for eight years for abuse of power in a $2 million dollar payment ©Michael Buholzer (AFP/File) Football is struggling to get over US attorney general Loretta Lynch's damning comment that corruption is "deeply entrenched" in the sport ©Saul Loeb (AFP/File) FA pave the way for Chelsea and Tottenham to share Wembley Stadium in 2017 | Daily Mail Online.

The FA are planning to strip out all their non-essential events at Wembley to allow Chelsea and Spurs to ground-share for one season at the National Stadium.Chelsea have already agreed a £20million-per-year deal to relocate from Stamford Bridge for three seasons, starting in 2017-18 and they wanted to be the only football tenants.But FA chief executive Martin Glenn and

Wembley boss Julie Harrington believed there should be no favouritism shown to any one club provided equal terms can be negotiated.Scroll down for video Chelsea and Tottenham are set to share Wembley for season 2017-18 And Spurs are in talks with Wembley about matching Chelsea’s offer for the 2017-18 season when they have to move out of White Hart Lane.Wembley would find room for both London clubs by limiting their music calendar to a brief summer window and not having any of the rugby union club games they now stage