Mexico is a huge footballing market, but one that frequently underperforms on the global stage.
Brazil's chaotic World Cup planning looks like being a forerunner of an equally inept Rio Olympic games.
Even though FIFA has sanctioned it's use for women footballers, the headscarf remains banned in France.
Sport should not be used as a political football, argues UEFA president.
UEFA has come up with a convoluted solution to the issue of meaningless friendly matches.
Certain unnamed members of FIFA have questioned the position of Michael Garcia, the man charged with upholding the ethics of the governing body.
Qatar bid process may have been flawed, but Keir Radnedge sees no chance of the vote being re-run.
FIFA general Secretary defends FIFA's role in Brazil and insists organisation will take nothing out of the country.
Two incidents in the space of a week have raised the spectre of racism in Brazil.
With just over 100 days until the World Cup kicks off, Brazil still has much to do.