November 1 – Inter Milan have ruled that Christian Eriksen, who was fitted with a defibrillator after he suffered a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark against Finland at Euro 2020, will not be allowed to play this season.
November 1 – Brazil coach Tite has defended his son and national team backroom staff member Matheus Bachi (pictured sitting) after the latter liked anti-feminist and anti-LGBTQ posts on social media.
October 31 – France’s Ligue 1 has reportedly shelved plans to play a regular season league game in Shanghai, China, next February.
October 29 – The Sport Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA) and it global media partners – including Insideworldfootball – the gathered this week to address the current challenges facing the Integrity of Sport and establish the basis of their future cooperation. The group issued a joint statement.
October 29 – Czech businessman Daniel Kretinsky looks set to take a £150 million, 27%, stake in Premier League West Ham with the option to take full ownership of the in the future.
October 29 – The head of the Norwegian financial crime unit has said that the country should boycott the 2022 World Cup because of the corruption that led to Qatar being awarded the hosting rights.
October 29 – Following several recent incidents, the Swiss Football League are reportedly discussing whether to ban away fans.
October 29 – English Premier League officials have agreed to meet with Amnesty International to discuss potential changes to the so-called owners and directors test following the recent controversial Saudi-led takeover of Newcastle United.
October 29 – Hosts England will meet Norway, Austria and Northern Ireland in the group stage of the Women’s Euro 2022 tournament, while holders the Netherlands were paired with Olympic silver medallists Sweden following Thursday’s draw.
October 29 – Ajax tops a European ranking of clubs who have developed the most players in 31 top divisions of UEFA member countries.
October 29 – The businessman who organised the flight that crashed into the English channel and killed Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala on his way to sign for Cardiff City from Nantes in France has been found guilty of endangering the safety of an aircraft.
October 29 – Edgars Gauračs, a former striker for the Latvian national team and Director General at Latvian club FK Spartaks Jūrmala, has been sanctioned with a ten-year ban for match-fixing.
October 29 – The FIFA Museum has announced ‘211’, its first collaborative global exhibition on football heritage and culture which will invite all 211 FIFA Member Associations to share their own objects, stories and histories.
October 29 – Food and grocery delivery service Talabat has become the latest sponsor of the Qatar Football Association (QFA), the governing body announced.