Preliminary draw in full.
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood wants manager Arsene Wenger to extend his current deal at the club and silence the 'mindless' critics who think he should quit.
FIFA says it will decide soon if Iraq is safe enough to host 2014 World Cup qualifying matches again.
The Greek Football Federation have extended the contract of national team coach Fernando Santos by two years to coincide with the 2014 World Cup.
Euro 2012 news
The president of the Sao Paulo state federation, Marco Polo del Nero, has been selected to FIFA's executive committee as the replacement for Ricardo Teixeira.
Former Brazil midfielder Paulo Roberto Falcao believes that the Brazil national team would benefit if Neymar were to leave Santos for Europe.
Australia and Japan, the finalists at last year's Asian Cup, have been paired together for the final round of World Cup qualifying.
The Brazilian organisers of the 2014 World Cup have refused to work with FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke after he claimed they needed a "kick up the backside" to be ready to host the event.
FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke says he is concerned about Brazil's failure to progress in a number of areas ahead of the 2014 World Cup.
FIFA is to probe Bahrain's 10-0 Asian World Cup qualifying win over Indonesia in what it called a 'routine examination' based on the 'usual outcome' of the game.
Wales captain Aaron Ramsey says that he wants Craig Bellamy to reconsider his decision to retire from international football as the Liverpool man gets set to skipper the side in Wednesday's Gary Speed Memorial Match.
Colombia captain Mario Yepes believes the appointment of seasoned Argentinian coach Jose Pekerman can give the national side the lift they need to qualify for the 2014 World Cup.
Everton midfielder Darron Gibson has withdrawn from the Republic of Ireland squad to face the Czech Republic next week because of a knee injury.
New Zealand coach Ricki Herbert has signed a new contract extension which will ensure he will continue in the job until after the 2014 World Cup.
Mano Menezes has omitted several big-name players, including Real Madrid's Kaka, from Brazil's squad for this month's friendly with Bosnia and Herzegovina.