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Could Argentina really fail to make Russia 2018?

I think people are over exaggerating this Argentina thing. There are a lots of team, good teams not to qualify for the World
Cup finals. I have always said that and will always say it until and unless, the players go for their personal glory rather than… 245 more words

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Could Argentina really fail to make Russia 2018?

I think people are over exaggerating this Argentina thing. There are a lots of team, good teams not to qualify for the World

Cup finals. I have always said that and will always say it until and unless, the players go for their personal glory rather than… 245 more words

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Stand out Stands - Hisense

Hisense focused on the upcoming FIFA World Cup – of which the company is a key sponsor. The company had its latest Series 8 and Series 9 ULED televisions on show at the stand, all of which were showing clips of past soccer matches, anticipating the excitement of the 2018 FIFA tournament in Russia. 24 more words

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#SPORTVIBES: FIFA announces simplified format for World Cup draw

FIFA announced on Thursday a new and simplified format for the 2018 World Cup draw with the teams to be grouped by their place in the world ranking rather than their continent. 121 more words

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FIFA Organizing Committee approves new World Cup draw procedure

The Organizing Committee for FIFA Competitions has approved a new procedure for the 2018 World Cup draw.

Instead of the 32 teams being grouped by confederation, all 32 teams will be sorted into four pots of eight teams based on the October 2017 FIFA rankings. 87 more words

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#SPORTVIBES: World Cup tickets to cost from $105 to $1100

Tickets for next year’s World Cup in Russia will go on sale from Thursday with prices ranging from $105 for the cheapest seats at group stage matches to $1,100 for the most expensive seats at the final, FIFA said on Tuesday. 108 more words

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41 cities across North America bid for to serve as host cities for 2026 World Cup

The united North American trio bid is starting to take shape.

On Thursday, the United Bid Committee released the list of 41 cities across the United States, Mexico and Canada officially submitted bids to serve as Official Host Cities for the North American pending bid of the 2026 FIFA World Cup. 461 more words

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