COMESA investigates FIFA withholding Egypt's right to air 22 World Cup games

COMESA investigates FIFA withholding Egypt's right to air 22 World Cup games

[Egypt Today] - 06/12/2018

CAIRO – 12 June 2018: The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has decided to open an investigation against the Federation International of Football Association (FIFA) for refraining from allowing the Egyptian state TV from broadcasting the 22 World Cup selected matches. In a (...)

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