March saw a busy month in worldwide football, with a total of 133 games played across the globe, creating much movement in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
Infantino is looking to enhance FIFA's income to fulfill promises he left during his electoral campaign of larger funding for its 21-1 member institutions.
"I firmly believe as president of FIFA in an enlargement of participating national teams because I am convinced that it is good for the development of football all over the world", Infantino said. It would even decide the venues of the new format. FIFA's financial report says the 2017 edition in Abu Dhabi earned US$37-million. It also would provide a strong platform for Infantino to run for re-election next year.
The current seven-team FIFA World Club tournament started in 2000 and has been consistently dominated by teams from Europe and South America.
The document, however, gave no hint of the €20 billion investors offered.
Cristiano Ronaldo can not understand Juventus complaints over last-gasp penalty
There is never the intention to foul him or to push him". "We're sad, we're annoyed. Yes!" the winger told BeIN Sports . "We did what we had to do".
Herbert Diess replaces Matthias Mueller
VW's statement didn't specify whether the planned changes meant replacing Mr Mueller or simply a shift in responsibilities. Volkswagen, which employes over 640,000 people, turned aggressively to electric cars under Mueller's leadership.
Organ donations save lives, positively affect others
The students share with me how the campaign became personal as Ashley Panahagahi has family members in need of organ donation .
The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off in 62 days with the opening match in the Russian capital of Moscow.
The host of 2026 World Cup will be decided in June, with Morocco hoping to overcome the joint bid from the United States, Mexico and Canada. And it adds that Mexico is also "one of the world's most risky places" for reporters (though probably not for football reporters).
A revamped Club World Cup would kill off the mostly unpopular Confederations Cup, now a warm-up tournament for the following year's World Cup host country.
The European Club Association, a group representing more than 200 of the continent's biggest clubs, rejected any plans to create a new club competition at its annual meeting in Rome last month.