By Andrew Warshaw December 1 - The man running the 2018 World Cup in Russia admits the current corruption scandal that has engulfed FIFA has led to an atmosphere of "universal suspicion" about how his country won the vote but that it must not be allowed to overshadow the tournament.
By Paul Nicholson December 1 - City Football Group (CFG), the Abu Dhabi-owned football investment firm that counts Premier League leaders Manchester City as one of its clubs has announced a $400 million new investment from China, valuing CFG at $3 billion.
By Mark Baber December 1 - A UNESCO and Juventus-backed report on the fight against discrimination and racism in football has just been published, aiming to give an overview of the challenge of tackling unacceptable racist, xenophobic and intolerant views and making some concrete recommendations for clubs in how to propagate messages of tolerance, respect and inclusion.
By Paul Nicholson December 1 – West Ham United again topped the table of attendance capacities last weekend with just 103 seats at the Boleyn Ground unfilled out of a total of 35,017. Seven Premier League teams reported more than 95% capacity attendances at their stadiums.
December 1 - There were no surprises when FIFA announced the shortlist for the prize of World Player of the Year, at least as far as the men are concerned, with the usual suspects bidding for honours in the New Year.
Andrew Warshaw December 1 - The Armenian FA have been quick to clarify previous statements that last month's 3-0 Euro 2016 qualifying defeat by Albania, which sealed the Balkan country's first ever appearance in a major finals, may have been fixed.
The FIFA Executive Committee decided in its meeting on 20 July 2015 to establish the 'Task Force 2016 - FIFA Reform Committee' (Reform Committee) which is currently working on its recommendations on how to change FIFA. The Reform Committee consists of 12 people, two appointed by each of the six FIFA Confederations and is chaired by Dr François Carrard. The Reform Committee will first present its proposal to the Executive Committee which will approve and submit it to the FIFA Congress where the 209 member associations will decide about it in February 2016.
By Andrew Warshaw November 30 - Without a presidential candidate of their own, the South American confederation CONMEBOL says it will back Gianni Infantino (pictured) to succeed Sepp Blatter in February's ballot, an early indication of the support the current UEFA general secretary may receive in addition to his own European members.
By Mark Baber November 30 - In a report that will be music to the ears of supporters of many clubs, leading European clubs including Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Arsenal, Chelsea and others may face a FIFA transfer ban.
By David Owen November 30 - It looks increasingly likely that matchday revenues generated by Premier League clubs will be found to have fallen in 2014-15. With six English top-tier clubs having already reported, cumulative matchday revenue from all competitions is showing 6% down at just over £290 million.
By Andrew Warshaw November 30 - Disgraced former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner, who is trying every tactic he can to avoid being extradited to the United States to face corruption charges, now says the legal process is taking its toll on his finances and has filed an appeal challenging the order.