New season, new rules. The handball law has changed again, purportedly for the better, but has the English Premier League got it horribly wrong? Arjun Khanna looks at the changes made to the law and how the FA may have erred in its interpretation and implementation.
The Premier League season's first major controversy... In this article we look at the changes to the accidental handball rule implemented by IFAB and why its revised interpretation is wreaking havoc in penalty areas and sending Carragher, Neville et al. into meltdown.
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?