Russian football boss under threat over unpaid Fabio Capello wages
Russian football boss under threat over unpaid Fabio Capello wages

Russia`s Football Union (RFU) boss Nikolai Tolstykh faces the sack over a six-month failure to pay the wages of national team manager Fabio Capello, local media reported Monday.

Serbia and Albania appeal to CAS over UEFA sanctions
Serbia and Albania appeal to CAS over UEFA sanctions

Serbia and Albania have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) over the sanctions imposed on them following their abandoned Euro 2016 qualifier, the sporting tribunal said on Thursday.

Sheikh says FIFA job `too early` for Prince Ali
Sheikh says FIFA job `too early` for Prince Ali

Asia`s powerful Olympic chief Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah Wednesday underlined his support for Sepp Blatter to remain as FIFA president despite a challenge by Jordan`s Prince Ali bin Al Hussein.

European football leaders back Jordan prince to challenge Sepp Blatter for FIFA presidency
European football leaders back Jordan prince to challenge Sepp Blatter for FIFA presidency

European football leaders on Tuesday backed the move by FIFA vice president Prince Ali bin Al Hussein to challenge Sepp Blatter for the presidency of football`s scandal-tainted world body.

Michel Platini calls prince legitimate rival to Sepp Blatter
Michel Platini calls prince legitimate rival to Sepp Blatter

UEFA president Michel Platini told AFP Tuesday that Prince Ali bin Al Hussein of Jordan has "complete legitimacy" to become FIFA`s president.

Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein's FIFA push needs AFC support
Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein's FIFA push needs AFC support

With the expected backing of European body UEFA, Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein`s hopes of becoming the first Asian president of FIFA will rest on his ability to sway support at home in the Asian Football Confederation.

Michel Platini pushes `white card` idea again
Michel Platini pushes `white card` idea again

UEFA president Michel Platini on Sunday reiterated his desire to introduce a `white card` that would lead to a player being sin-binned.

Four clubs fined, barred by UEFA for unpaid bills
Four clubs fined, barred by UEFA for unpaid bills

Four football clubs were fined and barred from playing in Europe's club competitions by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) for being payment defaulters.

FIFA ethics investigator Michael Garcia resigns in protest
FIFA ethics investigator Michael Garcia resigns in protest

FIFA ethics investigator Michael Garcia resigned on Wednesday in protest at the way his report into allegations of corruption in awarding the 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments to Russia and Qatar was handled by the soccer governing body`s ethics judge.

Michel Platini slams new FIFA `failure`
Michel Platini slams new FIFA `failure`

UEFA president Michel Platini said Wednesday that the resignation of FIFA`s top corruption investigator Michael Garcia was a "new failure" by football`s governing body.

Michel Platini hopes third FIFA candidate will emerge
Michel Platini hopes third FIFA candidate will emerge

Michel Platini is refusing to back incumbent Sepp Blatter or challenger Jerome Champagne in next year`s FIFA presidential election with the UEFA boss saying he hopes a third candidate will emerge.

Barcelona full of confidence before PSG clash: Pedro
Barcelona full of confidence before PSG clash: Pedro

Barcelona host Paris St Germain for Wednesday`s Champions League Group F showdown on something of a high after securing a seventh straight victory in all competitions on Sunday, according to forward Pedro.

UEFA to continue investigations into Liverpool finances
UEFA to continue investigations into Liverpool finances

UEFA announced on Friday that investigations into the finances of seven European clubs, notably English Premier League side Liverpool, are to continue after a first round of hearings.

We're fed up with FIFA crisis, says UEFA's Gianni Infantino
We're fed up with FIFA crisis, says UEFA's Gianni Infantino

European soccer`s governing body UEFA are fed up with hearing about the continuing crisis at FIFA, secretary general Gianni Infantino said on Thursday.

UEFA bans Crimea clubs from Russian competitions
UEFA bans Crimea clubs from Russian competitions

Crimean football clubs were Thursday banned by UEFA from taking part in Russian championships starting from January 1, the governing body`s secretary general Gianni Infantino announced.

Manchester City bullish after cutting financial losses
Manchester City bullish after cutting financial losses

Manchester City cut their financial losses en route to the Premier League title last season, leaving the English champions to believe they will not fall foul of UEFA`s Financial Fair Play regulations again.

Levski Sofia fined for racist monkey chants
Levski Sofia fined for racist monkey chants

Levski Sofia, one of Bulgaria`s biggest football clubs, has been fined 19,200 euros ($23,000) for racist chants by its supporters, the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) said.

2022 World Cup, Olympics must not clash, says Thomas Bach
2022 World Cup, Olympics must not clash, says Thomas Bach

IOC President Thomas Bach says he's convinced FIFA will keep its pledge to prevent the 2022 World Cup from clashing with that year's Winter Olympics, as soccer's governing body considers whether to move the tournament to January-February to avoid Qatar's summer heat.

Financial Fair Play is a contradiction, says Jose Mourinho
Financial Fair Play is a contradiction, says Jose Mourinho

UEFA`s Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules are "a contradiction" and only serve to protect big clubs with a long history of success, according to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.

Tottenham Hotspur charged by UEFA over pitch invasions
Tottenham Hotspur charged by UEFA over pitch invasions

Tottenham Hotspur have been charged by UEFA after their Europa League game against Partizan Belgrade on Thursday was suspended for several minutes following three separate pitch invasions which appeared to be part of an online prank.