Wayne Rooney may be a liability at times, but he remains the one player capable of elevating England beyond mediocrity.
Keir Radnedge explains why the acting president of the Asian Football Confederation will have his hands full when he takes his seat on the FIFA…
Keir Radnedge believs that Chuck Blazer resignation as CONCACAF general-secretary raises more questions than it answers.
David Conn sees Manchester City stretch the credibility of Uefa’s Financial Fairplay to breaking point.
Keir Radnedge understands the frustration of Qatar's 2022 bid team, but says that the treatment they are receiving is just par for the course for…
Brian Glanville on the dangers awaiting England when they travel to Montenegro for their vital Euro 2012 qualifier. Plus, does anyone really understand football?
Gavin Hamilton believes that the ultimate beneficiary of today's landmark court ruling on broadcasting rights will be the armchair viewer.
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.