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FIFA u-turn over expanded 2022 World Cup

The News Articles Wednesday, 22 May 2019
FIFA u-turn over expanded 2022 World CupFIFA has stated the 2022 Global Cup in Qatar is probably not expanded to 48 groups and can as an alternative keep on with 32. The governing frame have been taking into account upping the collection of international locations competing within the showpiece event, with president Gianni Infantino additionally willing to have suits unfold around …
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News video: FIFA: Qatar 2022 World Cup to see 32 teams only

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World football governing body scraps plans to expand the tournament to 48 teams, citing 'logistical' problems.

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