Wigan Athletic FC were the first club to announce the commencement of administration procedures as a result of the pandemic and numerous other clubs are teetering on the brink. Thomas Wallington explores the concept of administration, what the procedures are and what they mean for a football club.
Gabriel Eguinoa explains why Brazilian clubs only have generic players on their squads in the past six editions of FIFA, frustrating thousands of Brazilian gamers.
In 2018 $350m should have been paid in "Solidarity Payments" to clubs that develop young talent, but only $68m got through. Rafael Martins investigates what steps FIFA are taking to make sure the clubs that train young talent get their fair share of their future value.
The international football transfer market is a multi-billion-dollar industry with around 12,000 cross-border transfers of professional male players taking place each year, so why does it occasionally go so spectacularly wrong?
Gone today, here tomorrow? Greek football clubs are under financial pressure and Antonis Vogaitzakis looks at the measures that they resort to, and how they align with FIFA's regulatory framework.