An interesting sub-plot to the next FIFA presidential election might well be the opposition to goal-line technology of one of the frontrunners for the post.
The plan to increase the size of the European Championship finals to 24 teams, will bring with it several downsides, not least the expected drop in quality of a competition…
After the theory, UEFA faces the practical reality of enforcing FFP. David Conn examines the challenge facing European football's governing body once its Financial FairPlay rules have been enacted.
Michel Platini believes football must present a united front if is is to combat the threat to it's integrity posed by criminal elements.
The Euro 2012 finals will go ahead as scheduled, but one of the host nations, Ukraine, looks like it will be paying a heavy price for years to come.
Michel Platini stands unchallenged within Europe, but it remains to be seen whether his leadership ambitions extend to the global game.
Dynamo Zagreb's 7-1 capitulation to Lyon has raised eyebrows, but the margin of their defeat warrants a UEFA investigation, argues Brian Glanville.
A shrine dedicated to Michel Platini's prowess as a player can be found in Cyprus, but it was his decision to overhaul the Champions League that has earned him the…
UEFA president Michel Platini acknowledges that getting the politicians on board is crucial to his vision for European football.
In a wide-rainging interview, Michel Platini discusses the state of football, UEFA's Financial Fairplay plans, his concerns about match fixing and whether Lionel Messi is the best player he has…