In the extended road towards a Michel Platini coronation, there is only one person who may be able to steal some integrity back for FIFA: Prince Ali bin al-Hussein. So we better hope he runs.
England have qualified, but don't look for anything more from this game than that. England were always going to win, and trying to see redemption for the team or the players leads nowhere.
A loss to Iceland makes a finish in the top two in their group almost impossible for the Dutch, a sign that more change is needed and that they know only one man can do it. Too bad he's taken.
FIFA just appointed a reformer from the only sports body more corrupt than themselves — the IOC. They can't be serious.
Cristiano Ronaldo is coming in for a lot of criticism for his dismissal of concerns over FIFA and Qatar, but he's not the real problem. There are far more people to blame than Real Madrid's talisman.
When Cristiano Ronaldo sees injustice in the world he turns a blind eye while other superstars are starting to take stands.
Miguel Herrera has stepped out of soccer and into politics as his tweets stir up an investigation. But Mexico may bite off more than expected if they push him out of sport and into government.
Since the World Cup, women's soccer in England has hit fever pitch and might have its first villain in Notts County.
Soccer associations are applauding UEFA president Michel Platini's choice to run to replace Sepp Blatter, but they are wrong to place so much faith in him.
Abby Wambach stated that she would like to be a part of the 2016 Olympics, but the USWNT legend needs to go out on top and retire after the World Cup celebration tour.