Europe settles on 16 places in the new, expanded 48-team World Cup.
Football power broker unhappy that Fifa did not consult clubs over decision to expand World Cup to 48 teams.
Head of ECA warns Fifa that the clubs may not stand for the World Cup expansion.
NASL-style shootouts are being discussed as a way of separating teams with identical records at a future 48-team World Cup.
Brian Glanville laments the denigration of two of the sport's most historic and important competitions.
Gianni Infantino has won backing for a 48-team World Cup, but at what cost to the overall quality of the tournament?
Infantino's plan for a 48-team World Cup receives unanimous approval from Fifa Council.
A busy day lies ahead for Fifa, but all attention will be on the decision to recommend the World Cup be expanded to 48 teams.
Leading European clubs have voiced their opposition to Gianni Infantino's proposed 48-team World Cup.
We cannot support a proposal when we don't know what it is, says Uefa president.