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OLIVER HOLT: The players will provide the same joy as always, but this World Cup has been defiled


Today, I feel angry. Today, I feel as if the World Cup that begins on Sunday has been hijacked by charlatans, narcissists and bad actors. Today, I feel that the planet’s biggest sporting event has had its romance stripped away step by step. Today, I feel Gianni Infantino, the FIFA president, needs to get a new speechwriter. Today, I feel that the FIFA president has a God-complex but no shame. Today, I feel as if he is killing the World Cup.

Today, I feel as if he made things a whole lot worse with his bizarre, crass, self-obsessed monologue at Qatar’s National Convention Centre yesterday. Today, I wish he had followed his own diktat and stuck to football. 

Today, I wish he had not insulted the people he professes, so risibly, to champion. Today, I wish he would stop with his…



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