A French president is making strokes to paint a new future for football finance, but it isn’t Michel Platini, writes Robert O’Connor.
Posts Tagged ‘UEFA’
James Clancy previews some of the stand out qualifiers taking place tonight.
Conor Kelly believes that the number of clubs able to challenge for top European honours is continuing to dwindle.
Mark Houston discusses Malaga’s rise thanks to a timely cash injection.
Pavan Mano wonders if FIFA will at long last take a firm stance against racism as it threatens to rear its ugly head once more.
Pavan Mano discusses a dying art in modern football.
Colin Millar looks at the decision to host Euro 2020 in a number of different countries.
Alan Moore looks at the current state of play in Russia on the back of a new regime at the top.
Alex Byers discusses the idea of having pre-qualifying tournaments for Europe’s smaller nations when it comes to competing for places at the World Cup.
Joe Toal shares his thoughts on Financial Fair Play.