By Richard van Poortvliet April 16 - The 'Fisht' Stadium in Sochi has been a bit of a lonely place following the conclusion of the Winter Olympics and Paralympics. However this should change soon after the news that Sochi Zhemchuzhina are going to get another lease of life.
By Alexander Krassimirov April 16 – Bulgarian football legend Krassimir Balakov is preparing a football academy project inn his name in Sofia. Balakov already has submitted documents in Sofia Municipality with a request for an appropriate site for the Academy.
By Andrew Warshaw April 15 - The UEFA body probing whether Europe's clubs are complying with financial fair play are meeting today and tomorrow - with those who continue to spend beyond their means likely to be named early next month.
By Tom Parsons April 15 - Sunday saw a first in football history as Atlético Madrid assistant coach German Burgos used Google Glass to help his team keep their La Liga hopes on the right track with a 2-0 win over Getafe.
By Paul Nicholson April 15 – CONCACAF's Club Licensing Department has published its first Case Study to showcase and promote best practice in the region. The study looks at the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) which is about to start its second season.
By Andrew Warshaw April 15 - Austria's match-fixing scandal has escalated still further with the news that former players Dominque Taboga (pictured) and Sanel Kuljic and several other unidentified people have now been charged.
By Jaroslaw Adamowski April 15 - The Romanian Football Federation (FRF) has signed a contract with Russia-based InStat Football for the provision of analytical tools for technical and tactical evaluations of footballers' performance.