Aug. 30 – INSIDER rounds up the latest global football business news – Russian prime minister stresses security spending ahead of 2018 World Cup… Italy’s Serie A strike continues despite negotiations… AFC vice president from UAE positions himself for presidency of confederation.

Aug. 3 – INSIDER rounds up the latest global football business news – Arsenal signs first global charity partnership… FIFA member Prince Ali tells AFC to move past Mohammed Bin Hammam… Pele denies major feud with Brazil 2014 chief Ricardo Teixeira… Argentina-Uruguay advance 2030 World Cup bid plans… Women’s World Cup winners to receive “People’s Honour Award”.

July 26 – INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson rounds up the latest global football business news – Japan’s Junji Ogura wants the Asian Football Confederation to officially oust Mohamed Bin Hammam… Arsenal boss backs goal-line technology… Change ahead for Argentinean football… Big spending for Russia 2018 World Cup.

June 2 – Zhang Jilong says “revolution” is in order for Asian football… British MP Damian Collins believes newly re-elected FIFA president may not last long… Australia votes for Sepp Blatter despite 2022 World Cup snub… Russian businessman buys English club Portsmouth. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.

May 31 – Four of FIFA’s top six sponsors are expressing disappointment at the slew of bribery allegations now swirling among world football leaders. Visa is the latest partner to say it is unhappy with the crisis-hit governing body. But FIFA marketing director Thierry Weil tells INSIDER in Zurich he is “not concerned”.