The economy may be faltering but it's boom time for football in China, with growing attendances and big -name imports enjoying an exciting finale to the season.
Arjen Robben talks about life at Bayern and his hopes for the season.
Michel Platini refuses to discuss Fifa election, but confirms he will stand down after his current Uefa term ends in 2019.
Three matches into the new season Paris Saint Germain have a 100 per cent record and look invincible. Howard Johnson asks if there is any hope for the rest.
Manchester City chase a club record, while in Germany, at least one 100 per cent record is destined to fall.
CONMEBOL officials may be reluctant to travel to the United States for fear of arrest.
Balotelli says he did all that was asked of him, but that tactics did not suit his talents.
Sourh Korean candidate insists he has done nothing wrong and is the victim of a Fifa-driven smear campaign.
Although there is no evidence to link Sepp Blatter with Fifa corruption, questions must be asked about his role as president.
Francois Carrard has little knowledge of, and no connection with, those who run football, which makes him perfectly equipped to rebuild Fifa.