Keir Radnedge believes that changes are afoot at Paris Saint-Germain and explains why Qatari finance will reshape the football landscape in France.
Keir Radnedge looks at the ongoing disputes between Brazil and FIFA, and wonders whether they could derail preparations for the 2014 World Cup finals.
Keir Radnedge wonders whether Michel Platini's loyalty to a former team-mate influenced UEFA's decision to turn down Kosovo's request to play friendly games against member…
Keir Radnedge believes the involvement of Jean-Marc Bosman's lawyer in FC Sion's legal wrangle with UEFA, will make a complicated affair even more complex.
Keir Radnedge explains why FIFA must publish the evidence it holds against Caribbean officials if it is to remove the suspicion of guilt surrounding the…
Brian Glanville looks at some bewildering results across Europe and wonders whether anyone really understands anything about football.
Tim Vickery believes that fixture overcrowding could seriously undermine Brazil's prospects on the international stage. Plus, preparations for the country's hosting of the 2014 World…
Keir Radnedge believes that some ill-advised sabre-rattling by the English Football Association, has jeopardised Britain's historical role in FIFA's International Board.
APOEL Nicosia's strong start to their Champions League campaign, has come as a breath of fresh air in an otherwise predictable competition.
Keir Radnedge believes that a small concession by FIFA can make a huge difference to Kosovo's ongoing campaign for recognition.