Van Dijk leads Liverpool players in meeting with Wenger over World Cup plans
Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk has revealed that he has met with former Arsenal boss Arsene Weger to discuss the proposal of staging the World Cup every two years.
Wenger, who is now the chief of global football development at FIFA, is leading a consultation on a new international men’s calendar from 2024.Information Guide Nigeria
‘We should not complain, but the matches are piling up,’ said Van Dijk.
‘Playing matches is the greatest thing for any footballer. But the right choices must be made and people should look at the health and safety of the players.
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‘That is what we speak about. In England, we talk about this with the PFA, but a couple of weeks ago I was specifically asked to talk with Mr Wenger and players of our team about this idea of having a World Cup every two years.
‘I appreciate that these discussions take place with us. But if we, as senior players at Liverpool and other big clubs in England, give our opinion, then I think it is time they must start to listen.’Jamb Result
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