For months supporters and fans alike have clamored for change in FIFA. But do they want it done?
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Northern Ireland are in the midst of their best qualifying campaign for years, evoking memories of when they almost went to Euro 84, writes Aidan Williams.
Alan Moore looks at how currency issues are having an impact on football in Russia.
Thomas Wyer looks at the state of play in Turkey and explains some of the challenges that must be overcome for clubs to thrive.
Luke Chandry discusses the waning support for the England national team less than a year out from the next major tournament.
With the recent successes CONCACAF should be on Cloud nine. But their own corruption scandal has proven to be their undoing, writes Sean Maslin.
Spain and Italy were drawn together in World Cup qualifying for the latest in a line of key clashes; with 1994 being the most dramatic, writes Aidan Williams.
Gerry Farrell recalls success for Ireland at the 1997 FIFA Youth Championship and the promise of a new golden generation.
Alan Moore discusses drugs in sport and believes that the problem is far greater in football then most people probably realise.
Alcides Ghiggia was the World Cup winning hero for Uruguay in 1950. His tale is as dramatic today as it was then, writes Aidan Williams.