Trailblazer Neil Taylor thinks Wales must make a tactical adjustment in midfield for their decisive World Cup group game against England.
All eyes are on the World Cup in Qatar, but over the next few weeks there'll be another football tournament that might grab your attention - the London Street World Cup.
Birmingham City Women manager Darren Carter says 16-year-old Layla Banaras has "stepped it up another level" and is firmly part of his plans.
Birmingham City Women's starlet Layla Banaras has been named in the squad for the trip to league leaders Bristol City, aged just 16.
Courtney Sweetman-Kirk says football must show "a genuine desire for change" to tackle the lack of diversity in elite girls' and women's football.
Sporting Equals CEO Arun Kang says he is disappointed with Premier League and EFL clubs for missing diversity targets.
Welling United want to appoint an emerging talent scout in an effort to increase diverse representation at the football club.
The Football Association has been criticised by the first Muslim FA Council member after an FA official told South Asian parents to 'get educated'.
Kick It Out chair Sanjay Bhandari says football is at a crossroads with regards to the FA's Football Leadership Diversity Code and feels there needs to be a regulator to make mandatory requirements around equality and inclusion.
Sam Kerr scored four goals and Pernille Harder claimed a hat-trick as Chelsea stormed to an 8-0 hammering of Albanian side Vllaznia in the Women's Champions League.
West Bromwich Albion Women to return to The Hawthorns on November 6 to play Derby County in repeat of last season's fixture.
Sam Kerr comments on the importance of representation after the Chelsea star made history by becoming the first female footballer to feature on the cover of the FIFA video game series.
Spurs legend Ledley King says history-making Hindu-Punjabi youngster Dilan Markanday is a "standout" talent who is destined to have a bright future in the game.
Brentford FC director Nity Raj says football has a long way to go to normailse the presence of British South Asians across the elite game.