Fans' Voices Should Be Heard Before FIFA Makes VAR Decision
IFAB will make its decision on video assistant referees (VAR) in March 2018, but before making a decision that could have huge ramifications for soccer, it should listen to all stakeholders, including players and fans. At the moment, it appears that fans in particular are being ignored.
Fifa inspectors to visit Rwanda for Under-17 World Cup bid
Fifa will send a two-man delegation to Rwanda next week to inspect the country's facilities as they bid to host the 2019 Under-17 World Cup.
Fifa names Sierra Leone match-fixing investigation unit
Fifa names a four-man investigation unit to probe potential match-fixing in a Sierra Leone World Cup qualifier in 2008.
Infantino wants new rules to limit lavish spending
FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants to introduce new rules to limit agents’ fees and transfer market spending in an attempt to “rescue the values that made football great”. Transfer fees have been trending upwards for several years, but 2017 saw things reach a whole new level. Paris Saint-Germain stunned world football when they triggered the […]
Forest Green Rovers — the first vegan football club in the world
Hailed by FIFA as the "world’s greenest football club", the Forest Green Rovers' vegan diets are credited with boosting the team into League Two.
Why FIFA Gives China's Government A Free Pass To Meddle In Professional Soccer
FIFA vigilantly punishes countries when their government intervenes with the sport's administrative body, but never China. And, from a business perspective, the Chinese government's free reign to intervene in its football affairs may actually be hurting the sport's development.