Michel Platini’s legacy has been tainted by his unscrupulous activities post retirement. But to any football fan around the world who had the opportunity to see him play the name still evokes joy. Specially to Les Bleus fans who owe […]
Europe has given the world’s most amazing midfielders since time immemorial and continues to do so as we approach the 16th edition of the Euros this summer. One of the biggest selling points of the competition has always been the […]
The quadrennial European Championship tournament is one of the most prestigious competitions, only behind the FIFA World Cup in terms of global viewership and popularity. It is contested by the cream of Europe, as such the honour of being the […]
Michel Platini has accused Sepp Blatter of making him “his last scalp” as FIFA president in the affair which saw both banned from football.
Argentine legend Diego Maradona has been handed a new FIFA role to eradicate corruption despite sketchy past of drug binges.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Monday dismissed the appeal of former FIFA president Joseph Blatter, upholding the six-year ban.
Sepp Blatter has lost his appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport against a six-year ban by FIFA.
Spain’s football federation president Angel Maria Villar has decided to run for president of UEFA, European football’s top job.
The two Spanish clubs are accused of breaching a FIFA regulation that prohibits the international transfer of players under the age of 18.
In spite of Platini’s intention to democratise (and commercialise) European football, it is difficult to predict how his legacy will now play out.
There are two ways of viewing the fact that a record 24 national teams are competing to lift the Henri Delaunay Cup at Euro 2016 in France.
Suspended European soccer chief Michel Platini announced Monday to resign as UEFA president after losing his appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).