Facing problems placing Kosovo in a World Cup qualifying group, UEFA has asked a task force to look into the situation and report back by May 31.
UEFA interim general secretary Theodore Theodoridis said on Wednesday one issue is organising potential matches against countries who do not recognize Kosovo as an independent state.
FIFA accepted Kosovo and Gibraltar as members last week and asked UEFA to find spaces in 2018 World Cup qualifying, which starts in September.
Vacant slots exist in the two...
FIFA also added two member associations to its ranks on Friday: Kosovo and Gibraltar.
They become the 210th and 211th members of the football family and can start their preparations for the 2018 World Cup qualifying tournament.
The huge majorities they received for their inclusion -- 86 percent and 93 percent respectively -- represent huge victories for the pair, particularly given the strong opposition they have faced from more powerful neighbours.
Spain has strongly opposed Gibraltar's progress...
The Football Association of Serbia has appointed Slavoljub Muslin as the new coach of the national team.
Muslin, 62, is a former Red Star Belgrade player and is widely experienced at club level, having previously coached Red Star, Bordeaux, Standard Liege and several other teams.
He replaces Radovan Curcic, who was sacked last month having failed to qualify for the European Championship. Serbia finished on four points from eight qualifying matches in Group I, with Portugal, Albania and Denmark ahead...
Poland began their preparations for this summer's European Championship with a 1-0 win over Serbia in a friendly on Wednesday.
Jakub Blaszczykowski picked up a poor Serbian clearance and sent a volley into the lower left corner of Vladmir Stojkovic's goal in the 28th minute.
Arkadiusz Milik hit the post for Euro 2012 co-hosts Poland, who had substitute goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny to thank for the win.
Szczesny produced a superb save to turn away Adem Ljajic's shot from the edge of the penalty area...