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CONCACAF says its World Cup qualifying is ‘archiaic.’ Its solution is pure politics.

The recent news that CONCACAF is considering a change of name should be no surprise — few brands have a more toxic image than the corruption-stained body. What makes much less sense is the proposal by Victor Montagliani, president of soccer’s governing body in North and Central America and the Caribbean, to get rid of the […]
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