Uefa president Michel Platini says Sepp Blatter is desperately clinging to the reins of power because he is scared of life outside of Fifa.
French football legend Zinedine Zidane has been threatened with suspension because he has not validated his coaching badge.
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has called for a reassessment of anti-discrimination rules, but says Italy does not have a problem with racism.
Hundreds of soccer matches have been fixed in a global betting scam in a blow to the image of soccer and a multibillion-dollar industry.
Andres Iniesta has received the Uefa best player in Europe award after pipping Cristiano Ronaldo and club-mate Lionel Messi in a journalists' poll.
Uefa's disciplinary panel has decided to action against Croatia's Football Federation for racist chants by their fans against Italy.
Uefa and international police liaison agency Interpol are teaming up to tackle match-fixing and violence in stadiums during the European Championship.
Wayne Rooney's three-match ban at the Euro 2012 finals has been reduced to two, with the third ban to be carried over for four years.
Five Ukrainian women have stripped off to protest what they say are plans to turn Ukraine into a 'Euro-brothel' during the 2012 European championship.
Arsene Wenger was handed a two-match European ban or failing to abide by the conditions of a previous suspension against Udinese last week, Uefa says.
Uefa has opened disciplinary proceedings against Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger for breaching the terms of his Champions League touchline ban.
Asian players are easy prey for match-fixers, who are now so rampant they are believed to operate in nearly every Asian football league.
A second incident of racism against Roberto Carlos, where a banana was thrown at him during a league match in Russia, is being investigated.
A court has dismissed one of two cases filed against the president of the Croatian football federation because of his anti-gay comments.
Fifa presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam on Monday claimed Sepp Blatter has sullied the organisation's reputation.
The Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) said on Thursday that Chelsea and French club Lens had settled their dispute over French player Gael Kakuta.
Football officials from nine countries have begun an emergency meeting with Uefa about Europe's biggest match-fixing investigation.
Fifa has called an special general meeting following the Thierry Henry handball incident and an ongoing investigation into match-fixing in Europe.
Juventus have apologised over the racist chanting directed at Inter Milan's teenage striker Mario Balotelli at Turin's Stadio Olimpico on Saturday.