FIFA issued a statement Monday saying there are "no legal grounds" to take the 2018 World Cup from Russia or the 2022 World Cup from Qatar. Recently, FIFA compliance officer Domenico Scala said those countries could be stripped of hosting rights if evidence of bribery in the bidding process emerges, though none has been presented yet.
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