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Gianni Infantino wants a 48 nation World Cup

Fifa president Gianni Infantino wants to take the number of teams taking part in the World Cup from the current to 32 teams to 48 teams. “We can consider a World Cup of 48 teams which would in fact be a 32-team format because we have seen that the ideal format is 32 teams.The idea […]
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