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Apr 05, 2019
South Korean soccer federation writes letter to AFC alleging favourable treatment to Qatari candidate for FIFA Council electionSouth Korean soccer federation president Chung Mong-Gyu and Qatari official Saoud Al Mohannadi are among eight candidates to fill five seats on the FIFA Council
Feb 20, 2019
FIFA to decide host of 2023 Women's World Cup in secret despite preaching transparency in men's tournamentFollowing corruption investigations into the vote for men's hosts in 2018 and 2022, FIFA removed the decision from its ruling committee and gave it to all member associations.
Oct 26, 2017
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: India delivered a 'fantastic tournament', claims football governing bodyFIFA lauded India for delivering a hugely successful Under-17 World Cup, both in terms of quality of football as well as organisation and said that the country seems capable of hosting bigger global tournaments in the future.
May 11, 2017
Is Fifa president Gianni Infantino turning out to be just as bad as predecessor Sepp Blatter?Gianni Infantino is a smart operator, calculated and shrewd, always navigating his way through the tangled web of football politics. He is ‘astute,’ perhaps more so than his predecessor, who just controlled Fifa by allowing his people to be corrupt.
Jan 13, 2017
Fifa's 48-team World Cup: Portugal coach hails decision, says it will make event more competitiveFifa's expansion of the World Cup to 48 teams from 2026 will make football's showpiece tournament "more competitive", Portugal coach Fernando Santos said Thursday.
Jan 11, 2017
Fifa's 48-team World Cup: A quest for power and money that will further erode sport's qualityA World Cup of 48 teams is a victory for pragmatists over purists, for entertainment over sport. This is but a logical product of its time, and so on 10 January 2017, the World Cup died.
Oct 06, 2016
Fifa chief Gianni Infantino backs 48-team World Cup, says more nations will get a chanceArray
Feb 27, 2016
No independent watchdog; FIFA fails to usher in bold reforms as new president Infantino takes overThere is no sign of an independent watchdog that has been widely demanded as the only way to solve FIFA corruption crisis.