By Andrew Warshaw March 7 - Carson Yeung, the Hong Kong barber-turned-businessman who appeared to have amassed a fortune when he moved into English football by buying Birmingham City, has been jailed for six years for money laundering.
February 28 - The UAE Football Association (UAEFA) and the Czech Republic (FACR) have renewed a signed a Memorandum of Understanding committing the two federations to co-operate and share expertise across a range of football related areas from administration to development and facilities.
By Andrew Warshaw in Amman February 25 - Asia's FIFA vice-president has added his voice to those who believe the issue of workers' rights in Qatar has become far more crucial than whether the 2022 World Cup is played in winter or summer. But, said Jordan's Prince Ali bin al Hussein, the Gulf state had to be given a fair chance to prove it can implement the measures it promises will be put in place in order to ease the plight of migrant workers.
By Andrew Warshaw in Amman February 22 - Asian football today agreed on a raft of measures for tackling cardiac arrest following the death last November of under-22 Jordanian footballer Qusai Khawaldeh whose tragic loss sent shockwaves throughout the region.
By Andrew Warshaw February 21 - Fabrice Muamba, the former Premier League footballer who was forced to give up playing after suffering a massive cardiac arrest during a cup match just under two years ago and whose plight made worldwide headlines, is among the speakers at special conference on football and medicine being held in the Jordanian capital of Amman on Saturday.
By Paul Nicholson February 20 – A FIFA delegation today starts an 11-day inspection visit of India in preparation for the 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup. The tournament will be the first major FIFA competition hosted by India, a member of the Asia Football Confederation (AFC).
By Paul Nicholson February 18 – The tensions and distrust between the Israelis and the Palestinians regarding the negotiation of freedom of movement for Palestinian footballers, have been sharpened with the news that the two young Palestinian footballers shot by Israeli security forces in the West Bank are unlikely to play again.
February 14 – Jibril Rajoub, chairman of the Palestinian Football Association, has said they will seek the expulsion of Israel from FIFA at the next FIFA Congress, and that he has the support of other Arab and North African nations.