Fifa's $25bn plan receives fresh criticism from European football leaders

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Fifa’s controversial $25bn (£18.5bn) plan for two new tournaments has received fresh criticism from European football leaders. The Professional Football Strategy Council (PFSC), led by European governing body Uefa and representing the continent’s top leagues, teams and players, said it had “serious reservations” about Fifa’s proposals to launch a new Club World Cup and nations league tournament wi ▶ Full story on cityam.com
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