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CAS pro/rel ruling raises questions over Fifa’s reluctance to force initiative in US

Fifa president Gianni Infantino (left) meets with US president Donald Trump in Washington DC in 2018 (Credit: Getty Images)

For many years now, the issue of introducing promotion and relegation into the structure of US soccer has been one of contention. Bob Williams explores what is happening at the moment.

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