Political pressure exerted by Germany and France led to Qatar decision.
Sid Lowe reflects on a momentous season in Spain, which saw Barcelona re-establish their European supremacy.
Big problems still haunt the Italian game, says Paddy Agnew as he looks back on season in Italy.
Record number of yellow cards leaves players livid with the new zero tolerance approach.
Acused Fifa officials remain in Swiss jails while the legal process creaks into action.
Brian Glanville questions the wisdom of playing so many age group international tournaments.
Brian Glanville on the white elephants that litter Brazil in the wake of the 2014 World Cup.
Despite being warned about suspicious betting patterns, Italian football chose to ignore the warning signs.
If Real Madrid thought that Manchester United's interest in Sergio Ramos was merely a negotiating tactic, they were wrong.
Uefa is so convinced of the benefits of FFP, that it will continue to force clubs to adhere to its rules.