FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called the leaders of the host nations in this year’s world cup “dishonorable”.

Infantino made the comments during a press conference in Zurich.

“The leaders of these countries are not up to the task of being champions of the game, that’s the truth.

We have seen what they did in the last couple of years, in the past, but this is not about the past,” he said.”

They are not the world champions.

They are not even in the top 10.

Infantinos comments came after Fifa suspended Russia from the tournament over alleged corruption, a move that drew criticism from several former officials, including Uefa president Michel Platini.”

They are all dishonest, and they are not qualified to lead the sport.”

Infantinos comments came after Fifa suspended Russia from the tournament over alleged corruption, a move that drew criticism from several former officials, including Uefa president Michel Platini.

Platini had previously suggested Russia could play in the tournament if they were allowed to retain their place in the world’s governing body, despite Fifa’s decision to ban the country from hosting the competition in 2018.

Plato has said the suspension could have been extended if Russia had failed to make an immediate decision on the 2018 bid, which was not presented to them until late October.