West Ham’s Lucas Paquetá faces four spot-fixing charges

The Football Association (FA) has charged West Ham United player Lucas Paquetá with misconduct in relation to alleged betting breaches of FA Rules E5...

Three A-League players face betting corruption charges

The A-League, Australia’s top flight football division, has announced that three players face charges after an investigation uncovered suspected betting corruption. Led by the State...

Nottingham Forest four point deduction stands after unsuccessful appeal

Nottingham Forest’s appeal to overturn a four-point deduction has been unsuccessful following a hearing by an independent commission.  The Premier League club was handed the...

Newcastle’s Sandro Tonali receives two-month FA suspension

The Football Association (FA) has officially sanctioned Newcastle United midfielder Sandro Tonali for breaches of its betting regulations. Tonali had been charged with 50 breaches...

UKGC to discuss data disputes with football betting stakeholders

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) will meet with leading figures in the football betting industry this week following claims of customer grievances arising from...

UK Lords: Gambling White Paper does not do enough on sports...

The UK’s Gambling White Paper was published a year ago tomorrow, but the debate on sports sponsorship and advertising remains as fierce as ever...

NCAA adopts NIL reforms amid ‘unstable’ future

The NCAA has announced that the Division I council has approved Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) reforms and will allow school assistance with NIL...

AFC Ajax suspends CEO over insider trading allegations

AFC Ajax has announced that it is suspending CEO and Chairman Alex Kroes with immediate effect and intends to terminate his position permanently.The Dutch...

Leicester City could face points deduction before Premier League return

Leicester City FC has become the latest club to fall foul of the Premier League’s Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR), before the team has...

ESL becomes more unlikely amid trademark challenges 

The EU’s Intellectual Property Office has ruled that the European Super League (ESL) must change its name due to Denmark’s top-flight competition.The ruling follows...