‘I wouldn’t do it’: England’s Wiegman and Stokes oppose plan for more World CupsManager Wiegman insists ‘players are not robots’Stokes says tournaments are ‘very taxing and draining’ England’s manager, Sarina Wiegman, talks to her players on Monday as they prepare to face Luxembourg on Tuesday. Photograph: Matthew Childs/Action Images/Reuters
Taking the knee ‘losing a bit of strength’, says Chelsea’s Marcos AlonsoAlonso now choosing to stand and point at anti-racism message‘I prefer to do it this way, to say clearly I am against racism’ Chelsea's Marcos Alonso points to the ‘no room for racism’ message on the sleeve of his shirt before the match against Aston Villa this month. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters
The conversation about switching to biennial World Cups has rumbled on in recent weeks.