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Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa said Asia's size and economic might merited more than its current allocation of four guaranteed spots, which is expected to rise to eight. Chinese state media said the move could help realise the country's dream of returning to the World Cup, while New Zealand, which looks set to be a key beneficiary, called the move fantastic news. Many critics have rounded on the decision, complaining it will dilute the quality of the World Cup and saying it was driven by hunger for profits and political gain. Sheikh Salman is a vice-president of the FIFA Council, which on Tuesday approved the move to increase the number of World Cup competitors from 32 to 48 teams, the biggest rise in its history. Asian countries have largely failed to make an impact at the World Cup, which is dominated by European and South American teams, although co-hosts South Korea reached the semi-finals in In China, who are 82nd in the FIFA rankings but have set their sights on becoming a global football power, the official Xinhua news agency said FIFA's move represented a big opportunity. Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic said the expansion makes sense, while Japan Football Association chief Kozo Tashima told local media: We would like to see the extra profits shared with many countries. New Zealand Football chief Andy Martin hailed the prospect of giant-killing opportunities and said any surprise results in the World Cup will add to the quality of the competition, no doubt. Asia's football chief said the region deserves more slots at the World Cup, as FIFA's decision to expand the tournament to 48 teams from was cheered in countries from China to New Zealand.