Federation Internationale de Football Association warns broadcasters about focusing on 'hot women'

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On top of that, Addiechi states that they have been monitoring their coverage of this summer's competition in Russian Federation.

The World football governing body's Medical Committee Chairman, Michel D'Hooghe, said in a statement that the "testing programme in place this year was the largest ever conducted for a FIFA World Cup".

He said: 'We've done it with individual broadcasters. "We've done it as well with our host broadcast services", he continued, before adding that it is not yet part of "proactive campaign".

According to Fare Network executive director Piara Powar, the real number of these cases could be even higher than what they have managed to document.

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As THR notes, this stance from Federation Internationale de Football Association comes during a World Cup - hosted throughout Russia this year - that's been met with unexpectedly high amounts of sexism and sexual harassment for female fans and reporters.

Before the tournament began, the biggest concern was homophobia and racism would be a problem.

Asked how many countries would be competing, Infantino admitted that he's keen to expand the World Cup from the current 32 teams betwixt then and now.

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"I would like to thank everyone who was involved in the organization and preparation of the tournament", Infantino said at a news conference".

Instead, treatment of female media workers and fans provoked debate.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino celebrated what he described as the "best World Cup" ever on Friday, thanks to the quality of football and organisation in Russian Federation. "No decision has been taken as of now and we still have a World Cup with 32 teams", he said.

If you go to Google and type in the words "World Cup" and "women fans" what comes up is images of handsome women dressed in their nations colours and usually wearing short shorts or crop tops. About 700,000 of the Fan IDs went to global visitors, he said.

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