Withdrawing the World Cup from Qatar could pull the issue of workers’ rights out of the spotlight and entrench the status quo, writes Robert O’Connor.
Robert O’Connor reports on Romanian football which is getting set for a new era under Gino Iorgulescu’s presidency.
Football in Belarus has few friends, even amongst those organisations charged with promoting its cause.
With UEFA’s 54th member Gibraltar preparing for their first taste of ‘official’ international football, Greenland might be reluctant to follow them down the path.
A French president is making strokes to paint a new future for football finance, but it isn’t Michel Platini, writes Robert O’Connor.
Robert O’Connor weighs in to the debate on nationality with some thoughts on Adnan Januzaj and the wider issue.
Robert O’Connor looks at a country looking to work their way into the FIFA family.
Leyton Orient’s manager is showing his chairman why he might just be the man to pull the club out of the Olympic shadow, writes Robert O’Connor.
When it comes to analysing the insipid state of English youth development Patrick Vieira and Greg Dyke are shot from very different guns, writes Robert O’Connor.
The League Cup opened doors for fans and players when it arrived in our calendars but Robert O’Connor feels that the old competition is looking increasingly bewildered as the game writhes with change.