By Andrew Warshaw May 25 - As the behind-the-scenes diplomacy to halt Palestine's call for Israel to be suspended from FIFA enters its final phase, the head of the Palestine Football Association has provided FIFA with a timely example of why his controversial proposal remains on the table at the forthcoming FIFA Congress.
By Mark Baber May 25 - The Italian Women's FA Cup final went ahead as originally scheduled after the President of the National Amateur League, Felice Belloli (pictured), was sacked following the uproar over his sexist and homophobic comments which had sparked a player's boycott.
By Samindra Kunti May 25 - Brazilian top-flight clubs are moving away from a business model with TV rights as a main revenue stream, towards fan membership schemes and ticketing as now generating the bulk of the money. Major clubs Internacional and Cruzeiro highlight this evolution.
By Matt Scott May 25 - Greece will not be thrown out of international football, clearing the way for the national team to continue qualification for Euro 2016 and, for now at least, Olympiacos to take their place in next season's Champions League.
By David Owen May 25 – Manchester United, the Premier League football club, which rounded off its season today with a goalless draw at Hull City, has extended its partnership with Epson, the Japanese printer manufacturer.
May 25 - Former Uruguay international Fabian Estoyanoff, now playing in Saudi Arabia, has been banned for six matches by the Asian Football Confederation for assaulting a South Korean opponent following an AFC Champions League game earlier this month.
By Samindra Kunti and Andrew Warshaw May 22 - Michael van Praag says it was always the plan to end up with one candidate to go against Sepp Blatter for FIFA president and that it gradually became apparent he could not poll as much global support as Prince Ali bin al-Hussein.
By Andrew Warshaw and Samindra Kunti May 22 - Jordan's Prince Ali bin al-Hussein insists it not a foregone conclusion that his own confederation will vote against him at next week's FIFA presidential election.
A week when we learnt that UEFA may soon fine-tune its much talked-about Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations seems a good time to highlight an aspect of the European football body's payment distribution system that is anything but fair - and which we now know we are stuck with until at least 2018.