Blog - FIFA

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    Dutch union FNV threatens FIFA with legal action over World Cup in Qatar Mustafa Qadri from Amnesty International joins Bob Ley to discuss a new report that suggests working conditions in Qatar have hardly changed. ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Shaka Hislop discuss the latest decision made by FIFA that will see the first winter World Cup final set for...

    Humility needed from English-speaking world to end corruption - FIFA VP FIFA President Gianni Infantino has proposed an expansion to a 48-team format in the World cup, FC's Gab Marcotti breaks it down. LONDON -- Officials in the English-speaking world should try to be humble rather than pompous when they talk about ethics and ending corruption in football, a FIFA...

    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...

    UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin not yet behind World Cup expansion idea FIFA president Gianni Infantino explains the options available to create an expanded World Cup competition. UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has yet to give his backing to FIFA president Gianni Infantino's proposal of boosting the World Cup from 32 to 48 teams. In his first FIFA Council meeting last week since...

    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...

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