It’s been a busy week for Italian football, with a slew of news regarding the 2018 World Cup, as well as an unexpected decision by FIFA to extend the World Cup to 2024.
One of the most intriguing developments is the announcement that the 2018 FIFA World Cup will not be a final and will instead be held in 2018 in Russia.
This will be a departure from previous tournament formats where the host nation would host the final.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has previously said that the decision to keep the tournament in 2022 was a decision to focus on the future and that he would prefer to see the World Series of Rugby in 2018.
Blatter is expected to announce the change to the World Cups 2018 format at the FIFA Congress in June, although the announcement has not yet been confirmed by FIFA.
The announcement has also been welcomed by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) which is calling for the 2022 World Cup format to be scrapped.
The ITUC is demanding that the tournament be changed to a knockout format where the winner of each round would play the second round opponent in the next round.
The organisation is also calling for more transparency in FIFA’s decision to allow more time for the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
The World Cup is one of the biggest sporting events in the world and, with the likes of the Premier League and NFL the main sporting events, it is a huge deal to the world of sport.
However, with FIFA changing the format of the 2018 event to 2022, this is a hugely controversial move which will undoubtedly upset many fans.
However there are other big issues which will have an impact on fans as well.
FIFA is currently in negotiations with the UK to host the 2018 tournament, but this is not the only reason why the event will not go ahead.
FIFA has also said that it will not grant a renewal to the 2022 tournament.
The 2022 World Championships have been the most successful World Cup tournament in history with the winner winning the tournament for a record 14th time.
It will be up to the International Football Association Board (IFAB) to decide whether or not they will renew the tournament.
There are many different aspects of the 2019 World Cup that will have to be addressed before the 2019 event can go ahead, including the number of teams that will be allowed in the tournament, the format, the financial incentives for participating nations and the financial backing for the tournament’s hosts.
FIFA’s bid for 2022 World Series has already been approved by FIFA, but there are still some things to be resolved before the event can take place.