July 13 – A 12-year-old boy has been arrested by police investigating racist messages sent to Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha on social media.
July 13 – English football is paying tribute to Jack Charlton, a member of the country’s 1966 World Cup-winning team who died on Friday at the age of 85.
July 10 – All five former Champions League winners were placed in the same half of the quarter-final draw today, setting up some mouth-watering ties but also making things far easier, on paper at least, for some teams than others.
By David Owen
July 10 – FIFA is suckling on the teat of its increasingly productive esport cash cow just a little more vigorously, unveiling plans on Friday for an extension of the FIFA eChallenger Series, along with games-maker EA Sports.
July 10 – Betting firms will no longer be allowed to appear as front-of-shirt sponsors or hold stadium naming rights in Spain from the start of next season.
July 10 – Nashville SC has become the second team after FC Dallas to be withdrawn from the MLS is Back Tournament due to a number of positive coronavirus tests.
July 10 – The four outstanding Champions League round of 16 second-leg ties, postponed because of COVID-19 in March, can be hosted by the scheduled home teams providing there are no travel restrictions.
July 10 – European clubs expect to lose a staggering €4 billion in revenue over the next year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a study by the European Club Association.
July 10 – Premier League clubs have delayed a decision about the dates for this summer’s transfer window and are reported to be considering extending the timeline for deals with other English divisions.
By Paul Nicholson
July 10 – The coronavirus pandemic looks likely to bring some fundamental long term changes to how fans watch live football and the confidence they have to return to stadia. Those changes will impact on stadium operations but also on what the live experience delivers beyond the game on the pitch.
July 10 – With controversy still raging over the interpretation of VAR, even with matches played behind closed doors, FIFA is taking over the responsibility for the system from the game’s lawmakers.
July 10 – Macron have renewed their kit deal with LaLiga’s Real Sociedad for five more seasons, taking them through to the end of the 2025/26 campaign.
By Paul Nicholson
July 9 – England defender turned Trinidad and Tobago national team coach Terry Fenwick is again attracting attention, this time over financial dealings around his Football Factory youth school with growing suspicion that money intended for player scholarships to the UK has gone missing
July 9 – The head of the English Football League has broken his silence on the collapse of Championship club Wigan Athletic pledging to get to the bottom of why the club was plunged into administration when its Hong Kong owner pulled the plug on further funding.