By Arkady Petrov
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After hosting the 2014 World Cup, the 2016 Olympics, and the Copa América in 2019, Brazil wants to be in the center of planet football's attention, once again.
Brazilian top clubs have already advised Fifa of their desire to host the first edition of the new Club World Cup, planned to take place from June to July 2021 with 24 teams from around the world, promising to be a bountiful source of revenue and global interest.
The new format is FIFA President Gianni Infantino's project; he should be reelected this . . .