More World Cups would ‘give hope to Africans to stop them crossing the Med’, says FIFA President

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‘I don’t know how it would work, we already have the Euros every other two years.’

Nick Dixon discusses the FIFA President’s plans for more World Cups to ‘give hope to Africans to stop them crossing the Med.’

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