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FIFA president opens up to changing football's landscape after coronavirus crisis

Wednesday, Mar 25 2020
Football will surely need to change after the current health crisis all over the globe, and FIFA's main man is willing to lead that change.
The world of football has taken a massive toll from the coronavirus pandemic. Postponed games and tournaments, teams being forced to pay less money to their players, and fans not being able to enjoy the sport they love, are some of the consequences of...


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FIFA makes final decision to postpone 2021 Club World Cup

Tuesday, Mar 17 2020
Football's governing body is yet to decide when and where the competition will be held.
The relationship between FIFA and UEFA's main men has never been the best. Nevertheless, the current coronavirus crisis saw both Alexander Ceferin (UEFA) and Gianni Infantino (FIFA) burying the hatchet and working side-by-side for the benefit of football...


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Gianni Infantino outlines FIFA's new plan to project African football with three key strategies

Saturday, Feb 1 2020
According to the head of world football's governing body, the sport on the continent is set to experience a serious revamp.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has affirmed his desire to "project African football to the top of the world" by unveiling a joint FIFA/CAF strategy deigned for the sport's elevation on the continent. The Swiss–Italian football administrator made the...


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WATCH: Pogba, Mbappé, Messi and CR7 shine in 2022 World Cup emblem reveal

Tuesday, Sep 3 2019
The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be the first one in history scheduled to be played during the winter.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup has been involved in controversy since the day in which Joseph Blatter opened the envelope thar included the nation's name as hosts for this competition.

Even if there are many problems right now to have all stadiums ready...


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Official: FIFA expands Women's World Cup to 32 teams

Wednesday, Jul 31 2019
The proposal to up the number of participating countries has been accepted.
The 2023 Women's World Cup will be expanded from 16 teams to 32, FIFA has announced. The world football governing body reached a unanimous decision on Wednesday to put the plan in motion with immediate effect.

Women's football has been on the rise...


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FIFA drops plans of playing the 2022 World Cup with 48 teams

Wednesday, May 22 2019
Football's governing body admitted that the possibility of playing the competition with 16 more teams is not possible at the moment.
For once, FIFA's president Gianni Infantino will not be able to fulfill his desire to expand the FIFA World Cup.

The president of football's governing body tried hard to make the 2022 edition, set to take place in Qatar, the first one to be played...


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Ronaldinho banned from leaving Brazil due to financial problems

Thursday, Jan 3 2019
The former Brazilian footballer was scheduled to appear in a sports summit in Dubai, but immigration authorities in his home country denied his requests.
Retired football ace Ronaldinho is not enjoying life right now, as the former Barcelona ace needs to solve some problems with the Brazilian Internal Revenue Service.

The former Ballon D'Or winner was banned from leaving his home country due to...


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OFFICIAL: Copa Libertadores final will be played at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Thursday, Nov 29 2018
After several cities stepped up to host the second leg of the competition, an agreement was reached between CONMEBOL and Spanish authorities.
What started out as a rumor was finally confirmed minuted ago, as CONMEBOL has revealed that the Copa Libertadores will be held at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

Doha, Miami, Asunción and Barcelona presented bids to host the competition's final, which...


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FIFA responds to claims Infantino helped PSG, Man City avoid severe FFP penalties

Saturday, Nov 3 2018
Football's world governing body president reportedly held secret discussions with the Premier League and Ligue 1 giants to help them
Football Leaks have struck again, dropping new bombshell reports on the inner dealings of football. In one, they claimed that Europe's elites have secretly discussed plans to start a breakaway Super League in 2021. Furthermore, they have also accused...


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PSG and Man City face new allegations of Financial Fair Play breach

Friday, Nov 2 2018
According to Der Spiegel, the journal that leaked the information, FIFA president Gianni Infantino was aware of all their dealings.
Football Leaks has revealed a new scandal that involves Manchester City, PSG, and the current FIFA president, Gianni Infantino.

In a document obtained and published by Der Spiegel, Football Leaks reveals that Gianni Infantino offered lesser penalties...


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Plans to expand FIFA World Cup to 48 teams already underway

Wednesday, Oct 31 2018
FIFA President Gianni Infantino admitted that the plan might be difficult to execute, but football's governing body will try to make it happen for the 2022 edition.
For those who thought that the 2022 World Cup would be complicated enough due to the fact that it will be played during the winter, things are about to get even trickier.

Speaking at the opening of the Asian Football Confederation's new headquarters...


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FIFA reveals plan to restrict loan deals and reinstitute agent regulation

Tuesday, Sep 25 2018
While the activities of player agents will be monitored, teams will be required to cut short the number of players they send out on loan.
The days of clubs sending multiple players on loan as well as paying mammoth fees to player agents could be over soon with FIFA set to adopt regulations. The world football governing body is working on a proposal which will see the number of players allowed...


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WATCH: Donald Trump shows reporters 'red card' in meeting with FIFA president

Tuesday, Aug 28 2018
The meeting between the President of the United States and top FIFA officials took an interesting turn.
President of the United States Donald Trump, on Tuesday, flashed the red card at the media officials who were present at his meeting with FIFA President Gianni Infantino. The primary objective of the convention was to celebrate his country securing the...


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FIFA exec accused of stealing a World Cup medal during ceremony

Monday, Jul 16 2018
The incident caught the eye of fans around the world as Russian president Vladimir Putin and FIFA's main man Gianni Infantino congratulated the players.
It's been over 24 hours since the FIFA World Cup came to an end, and conspiracy theories keep fliying around on social media about what happened during the awards ceremony.

Did a FIFA exec really steal a World Cup medal?

As fans all over...


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FIFA receives $25 billion offer from mystery investment group for tournament rights

Monday, Apr 23 2018
President Gianni Infantino called for an emergency meeting to discuss the offer with leaders of football’s six regional bodies.
World football’s governing body could be in for a bumper harvest if recent reports are to believe. According to the New York Times, FIFA has received a $25 billion offer from an unnamed investment group who aim to secure rights to tournaments.

This...


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100 Days to Russia 2018: Putin, Infantino, Maradona & co. show off skills

Tuesday, Mar 6 2018
The prestigious global tournament kicks off in exactly three months. Ready?
The countdown is on. With the regular football season approaching its end in most countries, football fans have another reason to be reeling with excitement. In exactly 100 days, hosts Russia will take on Saudi Arabia at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium...


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FIFA president set to regulate transfers to avoid inflation

Friday, Feb 16 2018
Football's governing body will try to put an end to high-money transfers to make the game a bit more fair.
Apparently, the amount of cash splashed to sign Neymar, Philippe Coutinho, Ousmane Dembele and many more has sparked alarms among FIFA's top execs, and they are ready to put an end to those high-price transfers.

According to a report by L'Equipe...


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Joseph Blatter slams FIFA over use of Video Assistant Referee

Wednesday, Jan 10 2018
The former president of football's governing body shared his doubts on how the system should be applied during the World Cup.
Joseph Blatter, the man who led FIFA to the biggest crisis since its creation, shared his views on the controversial use of the Video Assistant Referee.

For those who don't remember, Joseph Blatter refused to help referees do their job in a football...


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FIFA president comes clean about Spain's possible World Cup ban

Tuesday, Dec 19 2017
Added to that, Gianni Infantino crushed all hopes for having Italy taking La Roja's place in the competition.
The world of football will have to wait for FIFA's decision regarding Spain's expulsion from the 2018 World Cup, as football's governing body will start an investigation regarding the possible involvement of Spanish politicians in the Spanish Federation's...


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VAR technology still in doubt for next year's World Cup

Thursday, Nov 30 2017
Despite all efforts to have technology helping referees to make the game a bit more fair, FIFA's main man still wants to run a few tests.
Gianni Infantino has always supported the use of technology to erase doubts in football, and with that in mind, FIFA's president will keep testing VAR technology before allowing its use in the 2018 World Cup.

Speaking prior to the FIFA World Cup...


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