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  • PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor threatened to bring players out on strike in FIFA Coins before securing TV terms Only at the FIFA Congress could five per cent of the 207 voters — while testing the voting electronic equipment — press ‘no option’ when asked the question whether the next World Cup will take place in Russia.

    There has surprisingly been no police activity during the Congress but UEFA and FIFA executive member Marios Lefkaritis, linked with the alleged sale of land in Cyprus to the Qatar sovereign wealth fund for £27m, left Zurich before the Congress because of a friend’s illness.

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