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Qatar 2022 organisers 'open' to FIFA's plan to expand World Cup to 48 teams

Goal.com Friday, 15 March 2019
Qatar 2022 organisers 'open' to FIFA's plan to expand World Cup to 48 teamsFIFA is confident it can be done and the current hosts are ready to work closely with football's governing body to achieve their plans
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