Sepp Blatter's right-hand man, who faces a nine-year ban, fired by football's governing body for the second time
Football does its best to keep pace with athletics in the sporting scandal stakes as Wolfgang Niersbach quits over Fifa loan claims
Jordanian prince is the front-runner to replace Blatter as Uefa meets to discuss the future of Michel Platini
Many Xbox One players remain locked out of the multiplayer beta test of the big-budget shooter, Call of Duty: Black Ops III
Back-to-back thrashings against Fiji and Vanuatu are 'two worst defeats in international football history'
Who is in the running to take over the reins at football's scandal-hit governing body?
Self-congratulatory Fifa propaganda film damned by critics and shunned by audiences
FAI received special 'loan' after infamous goal for France in 2010 World Cup play-off
Divisive calls for Qatar to lose tournament should be put to one side until dust settles on Fifa crisis
News of Blatter's unexpected departure could raise as many questions as it answers for Fifa
A round-up of responses to the Fifa President's decision to quit
Fifa may be in disarray, but Blatter still had enough support to win the presidential election... why?
From gay sports fans to racism in football, no subject has ever been out of bounds for Sepp Blatter
The FBI and Swiss probes explained, and what it means for the embattled Sepp Blatter
US attorney general Loretta Lynch made her name with high-profile cases, but none as explosive as Fifa
Portuguese legend quits race against Blatter as he slams 'devils who are compared to Jesus'
Tournament will clash with Champions League group stage and may be trimmed to 28 days
Angry Premier League boss says Fifa ignored objections to force through winter World Cup