If you think things at FIFA are bad now...
David Duckenfield has belatedly admitted his cupability, but other, more senior officers, should also be exposed.
Danny Welbeck reminds his former club of his enduring talents while Louis Van Gaal, the man who let him leave Old Trafford, appears to be a coach without a plan.
The 'reptilian' Jerome Valcke is the perfect man to promote Qatar's suitablilty to host the World Cup, argues Brian Glanville.
Chelsea fans guilty of racism, but their predecessors were far worse.
Bradford City keep the romance of the FA Cup alive, while some new managerial appointments promise an intriguing end to the Premier League season.
Veteran manager says he will be back, but after walking away from QPR, it seems unlikely another top flight club would employ him.
The lack of a credible challenger to Sepp Blatter exposes football's leadership crisis.
Chelsea's defeat was arguably the biggest upset in the history of the competition.
David Ginola is the latest person to throw his hat in the ring in the race to become the next head of FIFA.