By Andrew Warshaw
July 14 – High-ranking officials and experts are questioning the entire future of UEFA’s financial fair play rules in the light of Manchester City winning their appeal against a two-year ban from European competition.
July 14 – With Juventus inching towards a new domestic crown and Cristiano Ronaldo still proving to be a decisive marksman, Serie A is demanding rights holder Sky fulfills its financial obligations. The league is also clamouring for fans to attend matches again before the end of the current 2019/2020 season.
July 14 – Germany and Bayern Munich captain Manuel Neuer has hit the headlines after being filmed singing a controversial song about far-right nationalists while on holiday in Croatia.
July 14 – Fears that the Swiss Super League might have to be ended prematurely were overcome with FC Zurich saying that they would their U21 side against Basel tonight after members of the first-team were placed in quarantine.
July 14 – Belgium’s Pro League wants to maintain a 16-team league format, despite a domestic sports tribunal that ruled against Waasland-Beveren’s relegation.
July 14 – The younger brother of Tottenham Hotspur’s 27-year-old Ivory Coast defender Serge Aurier has been shot dead in France.
By Andrew Warshaw
July 13 – In a stunning reversal of the previous ruling by UEFA, Manchester City have won their appeal against a two-year ban from European football.
July 13 – Those who bemoaned the premature ending of the French season will be even more frustrated by the fact that elite friendlies were allowed to return over the weekend – just at the time paradoxically when other European leagues are nearing the end of their domestic campaigns behind closed doors.
July 13 – Supporters of St Etienne, the club known as ‘les verts’ and one of the most iconic names in French football, have decided to boycott the French cup final against PSG.
July 13 – English football is paying tribute to Jack Charlton, a member of the country’s 1966 World Cup-winning team who died on Friday at the age of 85.
July 10 – All five former Champions League winners were placed in the same half of the quarter-final draw today, setting up some mouth-watering ties but also making things far easier, on paper at least, for some teams than others.
July 10 – Betting firms will no longer be allowed to appear as front-of-shirt sponsors or hold stadium naming rights in Spain from the start of next season.
July 10 – The four outstanding Champions League round of 16 second-leg ties, postponed because of COVID-19 in March, can be hosted by the scheduled home teams providing there are no travel restrictions.
July 9 – The head of the English Football League has broken his silence on the collapse of Championship club Wigan Athletic pledging to get to the bottom of why the club was plunged into administration when its Hong Kong owner pulled the plug on further funding.