Former Lokomotiv Moscow defender and Slovak national team Jan Dyuritsa shared his views on the possible transition of the Russian Football Union (RFU) from the Union of European Football Federations (UEFA) to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
“I wouldn’t be surprised if Russian football moves to the AFC. Russian footballers want to play in international cups and show their quality.
Such a decision will certainly benefit Russian football,” Dyuritsa said. sports24.
Recall that in the spring of 2022, the International Football Federation (FIFA) and UEFA decided to exclude the Russian national team and all Russian clubs from participation in all competitions controlled by these organizations.
On January 24, a meeting was held in Nyon, Switzerland, where representatives of the Russian Football Union and UEFA came together. The parties agreed on the procedure for further cooperation on the return of Russian clubs and teams to international tournaments, and an agreement was reached to continue cooperation.
High-level representatives of FIFA and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will attend the new meeting.
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