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Infantino backs Russia's World Cup 2018 on security
Reuters, February 16th, 2017 11:44PM
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TAGS:  fifa, gianni infantino, russia, world cup 2018


FIFA president Gianni Infantino is "not at all concerned" by the threat of hooliganism at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, saying he has "full confidence" in the Russian authorities. Russian hooligans have been a problem domestically and at Euro 2016. Read the original story...

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