Joachim Low saw his Germany team comfortably overcome Azerbaijan at the weekend, but the lack of home-grown goalscorers being produced is a worry.
Tim Vickery reports that while the Brazil national team is flourishing, the domestic club game continues to be undermined by vested interests.
On the eve of an important World Cup qualifier, Spain's media is focussed upon the clubs and which players they might sign in the summer.
European football is more divided than ever – and the split between rich and poor is growing. Special report by Steve Menary.
Uefa president says Europe has significant challenges, but also big opportunities in the coming years.
Brian Glanville examines the recent performances of two much-lauded managers and wonders if their reputations will ever recover.
Juventus' alleged connections with the parliamentary anti-mafia commission burst into the public domain at a press conference last weekend.
Germany's system of end-of-season relegation/promotion play-offs ensures that plenty of clubs are still in with a chance of going down this season.
With the World Cup just over a year ago, each qualifier carries added significance, nowhere more so than in Buenos Aires this week as Argentina…
Hopes for Sevilla were high prior to their Champions League exit, but now doubts about coach Jorge Sampaoli have begun to creep in.