Report: FIFA threatens to expel Israel over restrictions on Palestinians

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
April 1, 2014 00:59

 
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According to an exclusive report on Monday from a website called Inside World Football, FIFA has given Israel until the summer to improve travel and playing conditions for Palestinian soccer players, with the threat of expulsion as a member of soccer’s world governing body hanging ominously overhead.

While this issue is not a new one, there has been added pressure in recent months after FIFA President Sepp Blatter visited the Middle East last July to try and help push forward the process between Israel and Palestine.

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