July 17 – Japanese food brand Nissin is the newest global partner of Manchester United… Schalke 04 adds communications partner… Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho becomes TV analyst for BT Sport… Brondby signs shirt deal with betting site.
Jan. 26 – An initiative to make cities in Brazil safer ahead of the 2014 World Cup could “tear the country apart”… More commentary on World Cup delays.
October 2 – Luis Suarez returns for Liverpool… Real Madrid lose against Atletico Madrid and fans “pine” for Mesut Ozil… David Moyes under pressure after his “damning assessment” of Manchester United’s performance last weekend.
June 22 – Cesc Fabregas is not worth the 40m euros valuation placed on him by Arsenal, according to Barcelona president who said the midfielder is “doing all he can” to join the club. Sandro Rosell was speaking days after attacking Jose Mourinho’s behaviour as he marked his first full year at the helm of Barca. INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge and Gabriele Perrone report.
May 6 – FIFA Exco member Senes Erzik says that Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho “screwed up” when making inferences about UEFA favouring Barcelona… Russian Football Union back Blatter’s presidential stand, but may bring more votes to the table. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
10/1/2011 Lionel Messi and Jose Mourinho are among the big winners in FIFA’s end-of-year awards
2/9/2010 Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson and Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho today endorsed the use of additional assistant referees in European competition at a UEFA coaches summit in Nyon… Legacy concerns for Euro 2012 stadia.
1/9/2010 Former Sydney Olympics Minister Michael Knight says Australia has all the right credentials to host a spectacular World Cup in 2022… Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho along with Kaka and Cristiano Ronaldo sprinkle some star dust on the Spain-Portugal bid campaign during FIFA’s inspection tour… Holland-Belgium highlights green bid credentials
17/3/2010 Inter Milan’s Champions League victory over Chelsea provides a boost to the whole Italian game when its standing has never stood so low. But with heavily indebted clubs, sparse crowds, grim stadia and a deeply unpopular ID scheme in the offing, things may get worse before they get better. WFI’s James Corbett reports.
19/1/10 West Ham’s new owners say they want to move the club to the nearby London Olympic Stadium… Michel Platini may quit as UEFA President… Football Association unveil long-awaited plans for National Training Centre… Inter dominate Italy’s “Football Oscars”