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FIFA ready to block new-look Nations League involving 10 South American sides

FIFA ready to block new-look Nations League involving 10 South American sides after being blind-sided by UEFA and CONMEBOL plan as battle over worldwide calendar intensifies

(*10*)FIFA are ready to block UEFA’s proposals to launch an expanded Nations League additionally that includes South American nations as their battle for management of the worldwide calendar intensifies. 

(*10*)The 211 nationwide federations will participate in a digital summit hosted by FIFA towards a back-drop of bitter in-fighting, which has been exacerbated by final week’s shock announcement that 10 South American sides are set to be part of a rebooted Nations League in 2024.

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(*10*)FIFA are understood to have been blind-sided by the event, which threatens to cut up worldwide soccer in two, with UEFA and the South American confederation CONMEBOL pitted towards the remainder of the world. 

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin CONMEBOL president Alejandro Dominguez

UEFA are in talks with their South American counterparts CONMEBOL about making a new-look Nations League

(*10*)The Asian Football Confederation and CONCACAF, which governs the sport in north and central America, are notably pissed off as they have been hoping to dealer a compromise, whereas FIFA are ready to withdraw their sanction for the Nations League, which might render it not more than a pleasant event.

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(*10*)FIFA the UEFA’s alliance with CONMEBOL and creation of a brand new intercontinental event as an aggressive land-grab, which is able to scale back the chance of reaching a compromise over such contentious points because the proposed biennial World Cup and reform of the worldwide calendar. 

(*10*)Such is the anger felt by FIFA and different confederations that they’ve favored the proposed new competitors as a Super League for nationwide groups, considerably ironic given UEFA’s hostility in the direction of and profitable demolition of the European Super League for golf equipment that collapsed earlier this 12 months.

Wembley will host the first match between the champions of Europe and South America

Wembley will host the primary match between the champions of Europe and South America

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The likes of Argentina and Brazil could appear in the Nations League from 2024

The likes of Argentina and Brazil might seem within the Nations League from 2024

(*10*)FIFA are ready to reply by doubling down of their calls for for a biennial World Cup, which will likely be mentioned once more at Monday’s assembly. 

(*10*)Whilst UEFA and CONMEBOL are implacably opposed the concept championed by Arsene Wenger has appreciable help elsewhere and will command the backing of a majority of FIFA’s 211 members.

(*10*)The plans for an enlarged Nations League emerged final week after UEFA and CONMEBOL signed a brand new Memorandum of Understanding till 2028, which may even contain their respective continental champions Italy and Argentina assembly in a so-called Finalissima at Wembley subsequent June.

Zbigniew Boniek confirmed the upcoming Nations League will be the last in the current format

Zbigniew Boniek confirmed the upcoming Nations League would be the final within the present format

Boniek says CONMEBOL teams will join League A of the Nations League from 2024

Boniek says CONMEBOL groups will be part of League A of the Nations League from 2024

(*10*)’From 2024 CONMEBOL will be part of the Nations League,’ UEFA vice-president Zbigniew Boniek revealed final week. 

(*10*)’We have no idea but in what method, in what kind. But we signed a memorandum about cooperation between CONMEBOL and UEFA and from 2024 these groups will play within the Nations League.’

(*10*)’UEFA is engaged on quite a lot of tasks with CONMEBOL, together with a joint Nations League however nothing is finalised and no choices have but been made,’ a UEFA spokesperson added.

Both associations continue to oppose FIFA's controversial plans to hold biennial World Cup

Both associations proceed to oppose FIFA’s controversial plans to maintain biennial World Cup

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