Brian Glanville, a longstanding and trenchant critic of Joao Havelange, bids farewell to the former Fifa president.
Keir Radnedge looks back on the life of Joao Havelange, arguably the most influential man in modern sport.
Brian Glanville reports on the latest Fifa scandal and looks at England's chances at Euro 2016.
FIFA president Joao Havelange stitched up the United States over the award of the 1986 finals to Mexico.
Some 25 years ago this week – on January 16, 1989, to be exact - the now-notorious Ricardo Teixeira became president of the CBF, the Brazilian football confederation.
Brian Glanville reflects on the Confederations Cup - both on and off the pitch - and wonders whether Brazil are now serious contenders for next year's World Cup.
The report on the collapse of ISL and the ensuing scandal over the bribes taken by present and former members of FIFA, has finally been published.
Jack Warner has hit back at accusations of fraudulent dealings during his two high-profile decades in world football.
At long last, FIFA’s executive committee will be confronted in March by as much of the truth as is ever likely emerge about the depth and breadth of the ISL…
Michael Garcia, FIFA’s new chief investigator, is turning his inquisitive eyes on awards of World Cup host rights not only to Russia and Qatar in 2018 and 2022 . .…