Football's world governing body FIFA said the controversial report into the bidding for the Russia and Qatar World Cups will be published after all although the tournaments will still take place as planned.
ITV News' Sports Correspondent Ian Payne reports.
Former Football League club Hereford United have been wound up by the High Court.
The Bulls were given 15 days to answer a winding up order, but have now failed to satisfy the court.
Uefa president Michel Platini says the credibility of Fifa depends on the report in the World Cup bidding process.
Platini, who has been frequently critical of Sepp Blatter, was speaking after Fifa announced they would release Michael Garcia's findings.
"This is a step in right direction. Let us hope that the (corruption) report can now be published as quickly as possible. The credibility of Fifa depends on it," Platini told the media on Friday.
Former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has finished giving evidence at the Hillsborough inquiry.
Dalglish, 63, was questioned for two hours at Warrington Coroners Court about the tragedy that saw 96 Liverpool fans died.
The Scot described the situation at the ground as 'mayhem' during the questioning.
"It was mayhem. Nobody knew what was going on. There were stories coming from every angle," Daglish told the jury.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter says he will turn round the organisation following a period of 'crisis'.
Blatter, who intends to stand for the presidency for a fifth time, was speaking after it was announced Michael Garcia's report into the World Cup bidding process would be published.
Blatter told journalists: "It's not the first time we have been in a critical situation. We will fight. But we need your help, you are making public opinion.
"We have been in a crisis, but today the crisis stopped. I will bring back FIFA. But not alone. I need my Exco & the FIFA family."
Fifa president Sepp Blatter says the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will be hosted by Russia and Qatar, as intended
Blatter said "external legal experts" supported the view that "there are no legal grounds" to revoke the controversial vote in 2010 to award the World Cups to the respective nations.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed that all three of his first-team strikers are unavailable for their game with Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Sergio Aguero, Stevan Jovetic and Edin Dzeko have all suffered injuries in recent weeks, forcing the manager to utilise teenager Jose Angel Pozo as their lone frontman.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter says he is pleased that Michael Garcia's report into the World Cup bidding process will be published.
Blatter hopes the publication will help boost public confidence in the organisation after the summary of the report was heavily criticised.
"I am pleased they have agreed. It has been a long process to arrive at this point and I understand the views of those who have been critical," Blatter said in a statement.
"We have always been determined that the truth should be known.
"It is clear that while a summary of the report was issued, the publication of this report has become a barrier to rebuilding public confidence and trust in FIFA.
"Now it is important that the work of the Ethics Committee continues and that any instances of wrongdoing are fully investigated and their perpetrators pursued and sanctioned."
Fifa's executive committee has unanimously agreed to publish Michael Garcia's reporting into the World Cup bidding process.
The decision was taken following a meeting in Morocco, but there was no vote taken. The report will not be published until charges against three Fifa ExCo members are resolved.
Domenico Scala, the head of FIFA's audit and compliance committee, gave a presentation to the ExCo suggesting the report should be published in an "appropriate form" - with all names and other details redacted.