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Ukraine boycott of 2018 World Cup in Russia remains a possibility
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Ukraine boycott of 2018 World Cup in Russia remains a possibility

PHOTO/KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV People watch as the facade of the historical Bolshoi Theatre is illuminated with the official emblem of the 2018 FIFA World Cup to be held in Russia in central Moscow on late October 28, 2014. Vienna - Ukraine's top ... MSN South Africa, 2 days ago
Qatar prepare for fresh World Cup challenge Yahoo! Singapore, 2 days ago

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Germany lead last women`s rankings before FIFA World Cup

Germany leads the last FIFA women football rankings before the World Cup starts in June but the gap has been narrowed by the United States and France. The United States beat France in the final of the Algarve Cup in March to get within 10 points of the German ...
 Zee News14 hours ago

15 Nepalis left high and dry in Qatar

QATAR : At a time when Qatar has expedited construction of physical infrastructures ahead of the FIFA World Cup in 2022, 15 Nepali workers in the Gulf state are left high and dry for around last two months. They had paid Rs 70,000 to Rs 100,000 per person to ...
 Himalayan times1 day ago Qatar World Cup in NovDec ''done deal'': report  MENAFN3 days ago FIFA group calls for NovDec World Cup in Qatar  MENAFN4 days ago EPFL would back legal action against FIFA over 2022 World Cup dates  First Post.com5 days ago
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England may bid for 2026 World Cup - but only if Sepp Blatter goes

England will be keen on bidding for the rights to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, but only if Sepp Blatter is no longer president of the soccer governing body. That's according to England Football Association chairman Greg Dyke, who was speaking on ...
 Times Live South Africa2 days ago 2026 World Cup: Will England bid?  BBC3 days ago Dyke's World Cup hope  Sky Sports3 days ago 'England may consider World Cup bid'  Austin American Statesman3 days ago
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FIFA chief slams politicians for calls to boycott 2018 World Cup in Russia

VIENNA, March 24. /TASS/. Sepp Blatter, the president of the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA), slammed international politicians on Tuesday for their calls to boycott the 2018 World Cup in Russia saying football was "a symbol ...
 Itar Tass3 days ago Blatter slams politicians calling for World Cup boycotts  Philippine Daily Inquirer3 days ago FIFA commented on the calls to ignore the 2018 world Cup  RIN.ru1 week ago
Times Live South Africa

FIFA Awards 2019 Women's World Cup to France

FIFA awarded the 2019 Women's World Cup to France this week, rewarding a rising power in women's soccer with the chance to win the title on home soil. France is among the favorites to win this summer's Women's World Cup in Canada, and in four ...
 Times Live South Africa1 week ago South Korea on Thursday came up short in a race to host the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. At FIFA's Executive Board meeting in Zurich Thursday, South Korea lost out to France for the right to host the women's premier football ev...  Korea Herald1 week ago FIFA picks France to host 2019 Women's World Cup  Metro Canada1 week ago FIFA picks France over South Korea to host 2019 Women's World Cup soccer tournament  Yahoo! Canada1 week ago

Ukraine official doesn't rule out 2018 World Cup boycott

FIFA President Sepp Blatter gestures as he addresses a news conference after a meeting of the FIFA executive committee in Zurich September 26, 2014. Photo: REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann VIENNA - Ukraine's top football official isn't ruling out a boycott ...
 ENCA3 days ago FIFA Generated Record $2B Revenue In 2014 Off The Back Of Brazil World Cup  Austin American Statesman6 days ago FIFA banks $2 bil in 2014; World Cup turns $337 mil total profit  Japan Today1 week ago FIFA banks $2B in 2014; World Cup turns $337M total profit  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago
Times of India

UEFA opposes World Cup compensation

VIENNA: UEFA will not back any legal action by Europe's football championships seeking compensation for moving the dates of the 2022 World Cup, secretary general Gianni Infantino said Monday. "Of course not," Infantino told a press conference when ...
 Times of India4 days ago Football: UEFA opposes World Cup compensation for European leagues  Qatar Peninsula4 days ago FIFA says no World Cup compensation for European clubs  Zee News1 month ago The Himalayan Times  Himalayan times4 weeks ago

'England to bid for World Cup'

Former Sports Minister Sir Hugh Robertson thinks the appointment of David Gill to the FIFA executive committee will help England bid for another World Cup. Manchester United director Gill was elected earlier this week as Britain's FIFA ...
 Sky Sports2 days ago
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Blatter: World Cup boycott would be pointless

The Fifa chief said at a Uefa congress that snubbing Russia and Qatar should not be considered since such negative gestures never work Sepp Blatter has told Uefa Congress it would be pointless to contemplate boycotting either of the next two World ...
 MSN South Africa3 days ago
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