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A new women’s league featuring club teams from Belgium and the Netherlands could lead to similar competitions in men’s football, according to UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino. 

UEFA has approved a three-year trial of the 16-team BeNe League…. read more

CAF approves controversial amendment to presidential eligibility

Confederation of African Football (CAF) member nations have voted to introduce a controversial new measure that will permit only executive committee officials to run for the organisation’s presidency…. read more

United chief Gill outlines case for UEFA post

Manchester United chief executive David Gill has stated he will put his club allegiances to one side as he bids to become England’s representative on UEFA’s Executive Committee…. read more

First-ever public vote names 2014 World Cup ball

FIFA, the local organising committee and Adidas have announced that the first-ever public vote over the naming of the official match ball for the World Cup will see the 2014 edition entitled Brazuca…. read more

Football clubs become part of Mexico’s telco battle

Mexican telecommunications company America Movil SAB has acquired major stakes in two Liga MX clubs as part of its ongoing battle for supremacy in the domestic market with rival firm Grupo Televisa SAB…. read more

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Transfer market adjusts to FFP realities

Trevor Watkins, a partner of law firm Pinsent Masons, discusses the impact of financial fair play (FFP) on the transfer market….

Robin van Persie and Eden Hazard aside, anecdotal evidence suggests a sudden blast of wage realism and only limited signs of the market flickering back into life. Has football got the post-Olympic blues or is there is something more afoot?…. read more

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