FIFA president Gianni Infantino makes a speech during a visit to the Vietnam Football Federation in Hanoi on February 8, 2018. AFP / Giang HUY
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FIFA President Gianni Infantino Thursday said football's governing body will decide next month whether to officially endorse the video assistant referee, a move that could see the controversial technology used at the World Cup.Infantino heads to Cambodia after his one-day trip to Vietnam, where he congratulated the country's Under-23 squad for making it to the finals of the Asian Football Confederation U23 Championship last month.Infantino raised the prospect of Asian nations joining the World Cup in 2026 when the number of eligible teams will jump to 48 .He also lavished praise on the next World Cup hosts, Russia, saying the tournament in June would be the best yet.
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