November 11 – Mediapro is the latest broadcaster to turn its back the Spanish SuperCup as a result of the Spanish FA’s (RFEF) decision to move the event to Saudi Arabia in a €130 million deal.
November 20 – Australia’s bid for the 2023 Women’s World Cup may become an Antipodean bid with New Zealand joining to spread the logistics requirements and making it a cross-confederation bid.
November 20 – Gaetano Miccichè has sensationally resigned as president of Serie A with immediate effect following an investigation into his election last year.
November 20 – Wales have reached their second straight European Championship finals thanks to a 2-0 home win over Hungary in their winner-takes-all Group E qualifier on Tuesday.
November 20 – Lagardère Sports, battling to retain its partnership in Africa with CAF, is finding life more collaborative in Europe and has extended its partnership with the English Football Association.
By David Owen
November 19 – Manchester City, which last week lost an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to halt UEFA’s investigation into alleged financial fair play irregularities, have reported a flat pre-tax profit of £10.1 million for the year to end-June 2019.
By David Owen
November 19 – Reports suggest that former Chelsea star Didier Drogba looks increasingly likely to make a bid for the presidency of the Ivorian football federation.
November 19 – Having hosted the World Cup in 2018, Russian FA attention is now focussed on delivering their part of Euro 2020, despite the allegations and controversies of the past returning to haunt the present news agenda. In the first of two articles Andrew Warshaw reports on the progress being made in St Petersburg.
November 19 – Thierry Henry is back in the game, taking the role of Montreal Impact head coach in the MLS. The Frenchman says he wants to confront and leave the disappointment of his short-lived Monaco tenure behind him.
November 19 – With the MLS having just completed its regular season, the eMLS has announced its competitive schedule for 2020 that will begin in January 2020, a couple of months before action on the pitch kicks off.
November 19 – A strike by women footballers in Spain’s top division has been called off after an agreement to reopen negotiations over the on-going pay dispute in the top tier of the women’s game.
November 19 – Former UEFA boss Michel Platini, back in the media spotlight as he plots his future now that his ban from football has expired, has taken a swipe at VAR, which he has always opposed.
November 19 – The leaders of the Pakistan Football Federation’s (PFF) normalisation committee have been in Kuala Lumpur meeting with AFC general secretary Dato’ Windsor John as they begin the process of preparing the federation of elections and setting a foundation of a sustainable national governing body.
November 19 – Manchester City, Ajax and Glasgow Rangers head a ranking of European clubs by possession in the latest report from the CIES Football Observatory.