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2 hours ago
Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has criticised FIFA's plans for a biennial World Cup and expressed dismay that players have not been consulted.
1 day ago
Arsène Wenger, the head of global football development at FIFA, will meet this week with Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr and other men’s national team coaches to discuss reforms to the international calendar from 2024 and the controversial proposal to play the World Cup every two years. Wenger is the frontman for the plan that…
10 Oct
Liverpool star Sadio Mane was among the goals as Senegal cruised to a 4-1 win over Namibia on Saturday, and near-certain qualification for the final World Cup elimination round in Africa.
9 Oct
Cristiano Ronaldo marked a record 181st international appearance with a goal as Portugal defeated World Cup hosts Qatar 3-0 in a friendly game on Saturday...
6 Oct
Former Germany captain Philipp Lahm, the tournament director for the Euro 2024 finals, said Tuesday he is opposed to the controversial idea of staging a World Cup every two years.
6 Oct
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6 Oct
After last month's turbulent round of World Cup qualification matches, for their next games, Brazil can boast a full squad and a clear objective: booking their ticket for Qatar.
23 Sep
Arsene Wenger has criticised the "emotional" response to his controversial proposal to hold the World Cup every two years.
16 Sep
A majority of football supporters support the idea of a "more frequent" World Cup, according to an online poll published Thursday by FIFA in the midst of a debate on its biennial World Cup project.
6 Sep
Egypt's Football Association on Monday sacked national coach Hossam al-Badry a day after the Pharaohs drew with minnows Gabon in a 2022 World Cup qualifier.
6 Sep
Algeria's football team arrived in Morocco on Monday on the eve of their African World Cup qualifier against Burkina Faso, against a backdrop of diplomatic tensions between the North African neighbours
4 Sep
Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has called for the World Cup to be held every two years in an interview with French sports daily L'Equipe published on Friday.  The 71-year-old Frenchman, who is now director of development at FIFA, also called for a single annual period of international qualifiers in a global football calendar. "The…

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