The FIFA Best Awards was a bit of a head-scratcher. How did Mo Salah win the Puskas Award?
Gianni Infantino has voiced his objection to league games being played abroad...
Presumably after being threatened with being thrown off the FIFA gravy train, Diego has backtracked...
"We need to live with the times," said Gianni Infantino. "We're going to have our first World Cup with VAR."
Gary Lineker says hosting the World Cup draw is 'not a political endorsement' of FIFA...
Blatter has denied the claims made by Solo to a Portuguese newspaper...
Cristiano Ronaldo won his fifth FIFA award for best men's player and then said he wants seven.
Meanwhile, Chelsea boss Antonio Conte missed out to ZInedine Zidane as best men's coach.
You'll never guess which trio will battle it out to be named the world's best player in FIFA's awards. Oh.
An investigation into Chelsea's recruitment of youth players has been launched, FIFA has revealed.
Harry Kane and Gareth Bale are the only British players included the shortlist for FIFA team of the year.
What a rather silly state of affairs. The FA have sent a video to FIFA swearing (haha) Alli's innocence.
Mr Bean got away with flipping the bird but Dele Alli could face punishment. Conspiracy?
The current FIFA rankings system essentially punishes nations for playing friendlies. Time for a change?
"Yes, it's now official. I can finally fulfil one of the dreams of my life," says Maradona after taking FIFA role...
European Club Assocation has criticised The FIFA Council's backing for an expanded 48-team World Cup.
Jose Mourinho has declared he is "in favour" of Gianni Infantino's 48-team plans for the World Cup.
The football associations of the home nations have been fined by FIFA following last month's poppy row.
The Club World Cup *should* be the pinnacle, or at least the something. Instead it's ignored...
FIFA president Gianni Infantino's plans to expand the World Cup have run into a serious roadblock.
There could be 16 groups in the World Cup in the future. That means Group P. That's excellent.
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter appears to have conceded defeat in his bid to return to football.
"We don't need FIFA's money," says Glenn. We're basically never going to host a World Cup
Ban on footballers displaying poppies is insulting to British fans, says the chairman of the CSC.
The FA wants players to show support for the Royal British Legion's poppy appeal against Scotland.
FIFA has rejected appeals from Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid against their transfer bans.
Blatter claims he has "witnessed draws at a European level" that were fixed by manipulating balls.
FIFA deny that they have not done enough to protect workers on the Qatari World Cup projects
England will consider bidding for the 2030 World Cup after Infantino was elected FIFA president.
Football Association vice-chairman David Gill says Gianni Infantino is his personal choice to run FIFA
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