Competition serves no point and extra fixture burden merely antagonises clubs, says head of German FA.
Could English football learn from the success of two relatively unheralded Italian players who performed with distinction at the Confederations Cup?
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.
Neymar wrote his name into world football history by dominating the most contentious yet highly-visible Confederations Cup from start to finish.
Luiz Felipe Scolari has achieved exactly what he wanted: he has rebuilt Brazil effectively enough in six months to bring them through to the final of ‘their’ Confederations Cup.
If Mike Ashley ran his Sports Direct company in the same way he ran Newcastle, the company would probably go bankrupt. Brian Glanville on the appointment of Joe Kinnear as…
Football is supposed to be the people's game, so surely there is nothing wrong with the masses using the sport as a means of venting their frustration.
As a trial run for next summer’s World Cup, the Confederations Cup will test Brazil’s readiness for the big event. Tim Vickery sets the scene...
Football in Tahiti has made significant strides in recent years, but facing the likes of World Champions Spain represents a huge step up for the Oceania Nations Cup winners.
GoalControl, last in through the approval door, has claimed a significant advantage in the commercial race to capitalise on football's approval of goal-line technology by securing FIFA's vote for the…