Football Italian on World Cup 2018: why must it be cancelled?
article It’s a big one, with more than 100,000 fans and the World Football Confederation threatening a boycott of the 2018 tournament.
But there is a silver lining, with the organisers and the international body announcing that they have agreed to work together on a solution that will avoid the disruption that would result from such a ban.
As it stands, the organisers are proposing a ban on the use of any language other than English on the stadium’s terraces.
This will be enforced by the World Federation’s anti-doping committee.
The governing body also agreed to put in place a ban for anyone to use a loudspeaker that could disrupt the play.
And it is expected that the use and sale of alcohol will be banned from the stadiums, with a zero tolerance policy.
In addition, fans can be ejected if they are found in breach of the ban.
The FIFA Council, meanwhile, agreed that the ban will be a temporary measure.
They also agreed that those found guilty will be subject to disciplinary measures and fined.