By Mark Baber October 5 - Following the murders of an Italian aid worker and a Japanese tourist, which have both been claimed by the Islamic State (IS), Australia's Football Federation (FFA) has expressed its concern over the security situation in Bangladesh, ahead of a scheduled World Cup qualifier on November 17.
By Mark Baber October 2 - Under pressure from FIFA to end government interference in appointment of its officials, the Singapore FA (FAS) has delayed the appointment of new council members, promising to put a new election process in place by March 2016.
By Andrew Warshaw September 30 - Palestinian football authorities have stepped up their campaign to overturn an order by FIFA to play a crucial World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia on neutral ground.
September 24 - Following a successful collaboration last year, the Qatar-based International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) has announced it will once again work with the Indian Super League (ISL) to safeguard the integrity of the league for the 2015 season.
By Samindra Kunti September 23 - DHL, the world's leading logistics provider, has agreed a sponsorship deal with the Indian Super League, India's premier professional football championship, for the upcoming 2015 season.
By Mark Baber September 22 - Singaporean Rajendran R Kurusamy (pictured), the mastermind behind a conspiracy to fix a Southeast Asian (SEA) Games football match between Timor Leste and Malaysia, was sentenced to four years' jail in Singapore on Monday.
By Andrew Warshaw September 14 - He was only elected to FIFA's inner circle at the end of April but Malaysia's Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah (pictured) has announced he is stepping down as president of his country's federation.
By Jaroslaw Adamowski September 10 - As part of the Chinese group's expansion into the Czech market, CEFC has signed a deal to acquire a 59.97% stake in Slavia Prague. The group says it is also working towards becoming a sponsor of the Czech national team.