November 14 – The international players’ union FIFPro says it will oppose any attempt to ban its members if they take part in an elite-only European Super league even though it says it is against the principle of a breakaway.
November 14 – AC Milan and Internazionale, bitter rivals who share the same San Siro stadium, have agreed a Memorandum of Understanding underwriting their willingness to work together towards the construction of a new shared stadium.
November 9 – France’s Human Rights League says it will file a legal complaint against Paris Saint Germain (PSG) following yet more exposure from Football Leaks into the club’s way of operating, this time over alleged racism within its scouting system.
November 9 – Players and officials from Turkish arch rivals Galatasaray and Fenerbahce have been suspended for up to eight matches by the Turkish FA’s disciplinary board (PFDK) after a mass brawl broke out at the end of last Friday’s Super League fixture.
November 9 – UEFA has opened up the tender process for official Euro 202 hospitality sales agents –the territories available exclude England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
November 8 – Aleksander Ceferin looks set to rule UEFA for another four years after European football’s ruling body confirmed today the Slovenian is the sole candidate for next February’s elections.
November 8 – Was it the most disgraceful penalty call in refereeing history at either European or domestic top-flight level?
By Andrew Warshaw
November 7 – Spanish league chiefs have called on UEFA to punish Paris St Germain and Manchester City following the latest explosive leaked documents about their financial activities.
November 7 – A breakaway European Super League would have “serious and lasting implications” according to organisation representing Europe’s major leagues.
By Andrew Warshaw
November 7 – Eliminated from the Champions League on Tuesday with two rounds to go and in trouble near the foot of the French league, Monaco have been rocked off the pitch with the news that their Russian billionaire owner has been taken into in custody.
November 6 – The Spanish FA has decided to keep Andreu Subies (pictured) in his post as vice-president despite the fact that he was recently arrested as part of the same police operation that also saw the federation’s former president and FIFA powerbroker Angel Maria Villar resign on corruption charges.
November 5 – Bayern Munich boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (pictured) says the club will consult its lawyers following Der Spiegel’s allegations that it was one of the European elite who took part in secret discussions to form a European breakaway ‘Super League’.
November 5 – Liverpool have left Xherdan Shaqiri out of their squad to face Serbia’s Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League on Tuesday because they want to “avoid any distractions” that may be caused by the midfielder’s Albanian heritage.
By Paul Nicholson
November 2 – The global sports backlash against Saudi Arabia and its support of pirate streaming service BeoutQ has now extended to other general entertainment players with BBC and Sky in the UK calling on the European commission to take formal action against Saudi Arabia.
November 11 – Manchester United have launched a security review at Old Trafford to determine how a pitch invader during last month’s Champions League match with Juventus got into the stadium with two toy guns.