As the contenders jockey for position in the race to succeed Mohamed Bin Hammam, Keir Radnedge reports on the current power struggle within Asian football.
Brian Glanville watches some unconvincing performances from the English clubs in the Champions League, and wonders whether the Premier League is all it's cracked up…
UEFA president Michel Platini acknowledges that getting the politicians on board is crucial to his vision for European football.
Will Manchester City's new footballing academy produce homegrown players, or will the club's desire for short term success result in them buying youngsters from other…
In the light of Lionel Messi's wondrous performances for Barcelona, Keir Radnedge wonders whether it is possible to define greatness in football.
Brian Glanville reflects on another absorbing weekend of action in the Premier League, and wonders whether Joey Barton should let his boots do the tweeting.
There appears to be no rhyme or reason to Sepp Blatter's ongoing reforms of football's governing body.
Lothar Matthaus's coaching career appears to confirm the rule that great players do not make great coaches.
Brian Glanville looks at the obstacles confronting a trio of London managers, as they struggle to incorporate new players into established line-ups.
Calls for reform of football's governing body may ultimately diminish the influence of the British associations.