The position of England coach Roy Hodgson seems secure, regardless of the team's performance at Euro 2016.
BBC Panorama has broadcast more revelations detailing the extent of corruption within football's governing body.
The remarkable form of Leicester City's Jamie Vardy shows that some players do still slip through the net.
Rafa Benitez enjoys a reputation as a defensive coach, but Brian Glanville has never been convinced.
Brian Glanville sees moments of promise but cautions against reading too much into England's victory over France.
Arsenal's hammering at the hands of Bayern Munich has hit their Champions League hopes, but may be no bad thing for their domestic aspirations.
Former Arsenal CEO David Dein has called for the abolition of Fifa, but Brian Glanville wonders if there is any point in replacing it.
The predicament of Jose Mourinho reminds Brian Glanville of the latter days of Alf Ramsey.
Jose Mourinho is an expensive man to fire, but that does not mean that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will not pull the trigger.
When it comes to leadership skills, football has been found wanting at every level of the game.