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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FIFA president Sepp Blatter backs rule to keep 2026 World Cup out of Europe

E:60 examines the most powerful man in sports and his leadership of the organization overseeing world soccer.
E:60 examines the most powerful man in sports and his leadership of the organization overseeing world soccer.
E:60 examines the most powerful man in sports and his leadership of the organization overseeing world soccer.
E:60 examines the most powerful man in sports and his leadership of the organization overseeing world soccer.
E:60 examines the most powerful man in sports and his leadership of the organization overseeing world football.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter wants a rule on World Cup hosting that would prevent Europe from bidding for the 2026 tournament.

The FIFA executive committee could agree this month to block continental confederations from bidding for the next two World Cups after hosting.

"It should be this way," Blatter told reporters on Friday, adding that the proposal is "more than an option."

Because Russia will host in 2018, a UEFA country would next be eligible for the 2030 World Cup. Russia defeated...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lokeren's Gregory Mertens dies three days after collapsing on pitch

Belgian defender Gregory Mertens died on Thursday, three days after collapsing while playing for Lokeren's reserve side.

Mertens suffered heart failure on the pitch and received CPR before being transported to a hospital in Genk, where he was placed in an induced coma.

Lokeren confirmed the 24-year-old died on Thursday afternoon.

The club said doctors tried to operate on the player on Tuesday, but there were more complications.

Latest FIFA world ranking sees Belgium climb to third place

The ESPN FC crew discuss the latest FIFA World Rankings, and are surprised by some of the selections.

ZURICH -- Belgium rose to their highest-ever spot at No. 3 in the latest FIFA monthly rankings, which are still led by World Cup winner Germany.

Argentina are second while Belgium traded places with Colombia, who now sit fourth.

Brazil, who beat France in a friendly last month, rose to No. 5 and swapped places with Netherlands at No. 6.