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nnnnn glances back but his opponents haven't given up the u. k. now leading calls for a boycott of future world cups and even politicians mowing that plan for drastic action should blatter stay in power well obviously one option would be to withdraw from the world cup wiles fifa hundreds present leadership is organizing it alot is a very big step to take it's one for the f. a. a. and the other home nations , other football associations around the world and to consider would be no point in doing such a thing and i thought quite a large number of other countries willing to take that step of sametime but it is something which obviously i think football association is not , bring on the f. a. is bulls greg dyke telling the b. b. c. on sunday he's looking for at least ten european nations to get on site among them possibly the netherlands and germany , the issue will be on the table this week when europe's powerful governing body for football meets in berlin you ate his boss michelle put teeny led most of his members to vote against that black said last week , enough is enough , laughter one friday's votes by a landslide support strong from developing nations , but he now faces the prospect of a split within fifa and the russia world cup without europe