An analysis on the discussion of the Irish player eligibility matter discussed at the 50th plenary session of the British Irish Parliamentary Assembly.
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Wayne Farry believes that enough is enough when it comes to the Qatar World Cup and more of the game’s leading figures need to take action.
Alan Moore continues to ask questions of FIFA who don’t necessarily control all aspects of the game that they are supposed to.
Lisa Higgins looks at inconsistent refereeing and football’s continuing inability to embrace technology.
Controversy over the use of synthetic surfaces for this year’s Women’s World Cup has been dismissed by one of the suppliers for this year’s tournament.
Alan Moore looks at some of the politics that is having an impact on the state of play in Russian football.
Nathaniel Shaughnessy explains why the FIFA awards during World Cup years invariably become self indulgent, egotistical and pointless.
The controversy over the use of artificial turf at the 2015 is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to FIFA’s misogyny, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
Callum Farrell chats with Sascha Düerkop, the General Secretary of ConIFA who are providing an alternative to FIFA.
The decision to move the World Cup to winter shows once and for all what FIFA thinks of the democratic process.