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“As members of the United States Senate, we are deeply concerned with FIFA’s treatment of these players. We urge you to begin good faith negotiations with these athletes, free of retaliation and with the equal treatment that they deserve.”The senators’ stance was welcomed by US international Abby Wambach, who has been a leading voice against artificial turf at next year’s FIFA. “We’re grateful that these senators are standing beside us in our fight for an equal playing field at the FIFA,” said Wambach in a statement. “But what’s at stake here is more than just the surface we’ll be playing on – it’s about gender equality and standing up for what’s right.” FIFA denies that there is any discrimination, with officials arguing that the fields have passed their standards checks.On Friday, FIFA distributed an interview with Jan Ekstrand, former FIFA 15 ultimate team doctor of the Swedish national FIFA 15 ultimate team, a vice-chairman of the FIFA medical committee and a professor in sports medicine. Ekstrand said there was no greater risk of injury on artificial surfaces. “The total risk of injury is the same on FIFA turf as it is on natural grass. We see the same result in all studies, there is no increase in injuries when playing on FIFA-certified FIFA turf,” he said.Two options have emerged as the most likely dates for the FIFA in Qatar – and both are in the winter.A meeting of a task force to look into the international calendar has identified January-February or November-December as the most likely options – meaning considerable disruption to the normal FIFA season.FIFA has been asked to consider May by the clubs, despite concerns over the heat during that month. More news click here: http://www.futcoins2sale.com/

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