Head of the European Clubs Association Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has defended Uefa amid claims that the recent revamp of the Champions League will widen the gap between the rich clubs and…
England's 2-0 victory over Lithuania strengthened their chances of qualifying for next year's World Cup in Russia, but when they get there can Gareth Southgate's men achieve anything?
Italy continue to grind out the results on the road to Russia 2018, but the real test will come in September when they face fellow southern European superpower Spain.
Sepp Blatter has still not forgiven England and the US for his downfall, and the former Fifa president is critical of the decision to expand the World Cup to 48
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.
An England victory over Lithuania looks to be a formality, but the real value can be found in the number of goals they score.
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