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    FIFA council 'rather positive' toward 48-team World Cup - Gianni Infantino Raphael Honigstein joins the FC crew to break down the proposed changes to the World Cup by FIFA president Gianni Infantino. The prospect of an expanded World Cup 40 or 48 teams moved a step closer on Thursday after FIFA president Gianni Infantino revealed that the organisation's highest decision-making...

    Plan for 48-team World Cup 'complete insanity' - BVB's Hans-Joachim Watzke Raphael Honigstein joins the FC crew to break down the proposed changes to the World Cup by FIFA president Gianni Infantino. FIFA President Gianni Infantino has proposed an expansion to a 48-team format in the World cup, FC's Gab Marcotti breaks it down. FIFA president Gianni Infantino is expecting...

    FIFA blocks stadium rock concerts ahead of 2018 World Cup FIFA president Gianni Infantino explains the options available to create an expanded World Cup competition. The ESPN FC crew discuss some of the potential pitfalls of an expanded FIFA World Cup. FIFA has blocked rock concerts from being staged in World Cup stadiums in the weeks before the 2018 tournament...

    North America emerging as leading candidate to host 2026 World Cup FIFA president Gianni Infantino explains the options available to create an expanded World Cup competition. The ESPN FC crew discuss some of the potential pitfalls of an expanded FIFA World Cup. The FC panel discuss one change they would each make on a global scale in football. ZURICH --...

    Kick It Out chief wants to improve attitudes toward race in Russia Raphael Honigstein joins the FC crew to break down the proposed changes to the World Cup by FIFA president Gianni Infantino. There have been ongoing concerns about discriminatory bahaviour in Russia. Kick It Out campaigner Paul Elliott hopes the 2018 World Cup can improve attitudes to race in Russia...

    Scotland assistant Mark McGhee backs plan for 48-team World Cup ESPN FC's Craig Burley starts steaming up after learning that FIFA has plans to possibly expand the World Cup to 48 teams. Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee feels the Euro 2016 contribution made by the likes of Wales and Iceland proves that expanding the World Cup could be a good...

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