June 6 – England manager Gareth Southgate has expressed his dismay after a crowd made up almost entirely of schoolchildren booed the England team for taking the knee before Saturday’s Nations League game against Hungary in Budapest.
June 6 – Managers normally quit clubs either to move on to bigger and better or because they are sacked.
May 31 – Germany’s Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 clubs have agreed to the inclusion of a binding sustainability guideline in their club licensing regulations.
May 25 – French international defender Kurt Zouma (pictured) has pleaded guilty to animal welfare offences over video footage showing him attacking one of his cats.
May 25 – Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy, has pleaded not guilty to nine charges of sexual offences against six women.
May 19 – The Sport Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA) has signed a co-operation agreement with the Benfica Foundation, the non-profit organisation that leads on the Portuguese club’s social programmes.
May 19 – Senegalese president Macky Sall has voiced his support for Paris-Saint Germain player Idrissa Gueye, who refused to play in PSG’s match last weekend over a shirt designed to support an anti-homophobia initiative.
May 17 – A leading anti-racism group says incidents at Premier League matches on Sunday show “hate is alive and well within football.”
By Andrew Warshaw
May 16 – Russian football, kicked out of international competition because of the invasion of Ukraine, is making another desperate attempt to return to the fold by once again going to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
May 16 – Two players from Premier League club Brentford claim members of their family were racially abused during Sunday’s fixture at Everton.
May 10 – Scottish football journalists have had to apologise after an awards event speech prompted a walkout because of alleged sexism.
May 5 – Spanish federation president Luis Rubiales (pictured) has lost another battle in court in his war against Mediapro who have now scored a hat-trick of decisions against the RFEF this year.
May 5 – SIGA has set September 12-16 as the dates for its 2022 Sport Integrity Week (#SIW2022) which will become an in-person event but will retain its successful digital format of the past two years.
May 4 – FIFA have extended an investigation into alleged systematic sexual abuse of under-age players in Gabon by opening formal proceedings against four officials.
May 3 – The extradition case of former Concacaf president and FIFA vice president Jack Warner took another step forward last week with the UK Privy Council hearing closing arguments from Warner’s legal team.