Hopes for Sevilla were high prior to their Champions League exit, but now doubts about coach Jorge Sampaoli have begun to creep in.
Issa Hayatou has dominated African football politics for almost 30 years, but his days as president of CAF could be over tomorrow.
Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare hails his players after arguably the greatest result in the club's history.
To ignore the repeated attacks on Chelsea's Eden Hazard by a number of Manchester United players, was a dereliction of duty, says Brian Glanville.
Not for the first time, Juventus were the beneficiaries of a questionable refereeing decision in their victory over Milan.
With Xabi Alonso announcing he will retire at the end of the season, the focus has turned to how the German champions intend to fill the resultant void.
The manner in which Sepp Blatter played fast and loose with FIFA money has been laid bare by the written judgment of his vain appeal to CAS against his six-year…
Tim Vickery explains why it might be in the interests of clubs in the Americas to overcome the obstacles standing in the way of a unified Champions League.
Withdrawal of Icelandic candidate sees UEFA in confusion ahead of elections to pick its delegates to the FIFA Council.
One of the world’s best midfielders had a tough upbringing in war-torn Croatia. Nick Bidwell on the life of Luka Modric.