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FIFA president said he is "against going to the 23rd"
Governing body is reportedly planning to treble cash pool to be distributed to clubs for releasing players for 2022 World Cup
Reports say decision to host the tournament during winter months is a 'done deal'
Qatari Al Mohannadi to run for FIFA's all-powerful executive committee ahead of hosting 2020 World Cup
Sepp Blatter describes Qatar’s team in the recent Men’s Handball World Championship as an 'absurdity'
The Jordanian prince hoping to unseat Sepp Blatter and revolutionise the football world governing body
German football club accuses Zwanziger of double standards over criticism of friendly against Al-Hilal
He will likely get backing from the Europeans, but the Jordanian needs to garner support in the region from the Asian Football Confederation in order to win the top job at FIFA
Harold Mayne-Nicholls was chairman of a FIFA group tasked with assessing the strength and feasibility of the various bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup finals
Executive committee votes unanimously to publish 'appropriate' form of Michael Garcia's report
European Club Association says it prefers Spring date over winter dates proposed by FIFA chiefs
US lawyer cites a 'lack of leadership' for resignation; comes a day after FIFA dismissed his complaint over report publication
Senior FIFA official says Qatar must take decisive action by March 10, 2015 to monitor human rights conditions
Appeal Committee says complaint by Michael Garcia over FIFA's summary of his report is not admissible
Qatar World Cup organisers have been fending off allegations of corruption since the Gulf state was awarded the 2022 tournament
Chilean Harold Mayne-Nicholls was head of technical committee which warned against holding World Cup in Gulf state
Sponsorship of the Qatar World Cup in 2022 is looking increasingly dire after Sony followed Emirates Airline in not renewing its multi-million dollar contract over rising corruption concerns
Drinks giant said "anything that detracts from the mission and ideals of the Fifa World Cup is a concern"
Phaedra Al-Majid accused the Gulf state of corruption in its successful bid to win the right to host the 2022 soccer World Cup
Russia and Qatar deny any wrongdoing over winning bids, but football body says some individuals may have broken law
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