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Title: Why 48 teams in the expanded FIFA World Cup could be a win for football
Author(s): Scelles, Nicolas
Issue Date: 5-Jun-2017
Date Deposited: 9-Jun-2017
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Scelles N (2017) Why 48 teams in the expanded FIFA World Cup could be a win for football. The Conversation. 05.06.2017.
Abstract: First paragraph: Football is all about numbers. It’s a game of two halves, 4-4-2 formations, 11 players and as many goals scored as possible. It’s also the most popular sport in the world, with 3.2 billion viewer stuning in to watch the last FIFA men’s World Cup.
Type: Newspaper/Magazine Article
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