According to Riyad Mahrez, the football star of Algeria “The 2022 World Cup will be the finest one would have ever seen and we are hoping to play best matches here.” We are all looking forward to it”, said star player Riyad Mahrez. The start coach and star player of Algeria both have praised the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) for its preparations and plans for 2022 Qatar, along with Riyad Mahrez who said, that this tournament is going to be the most excellent FIFA World Cup.
Algeria is Now Busy in Africa Cup of Nations Preparation
The winder of Manchester City as well as the winner of the Premier League in 2016 and 2019 went to SC’s Legacy Pavilion and he was accompanied by coach of Algeria and former national team boss Qatar Djamel Belmadi at the time when his team was preparing for Africa Cup of Nations which is going to start soon.
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The 2022 World Cup is over three years away and there appears to be a little confusion on the number of teams that would participate in the tournament. Initially awarded as a 32 team World Cup to Qatar there have been news that it could be expanded to accommodate teams.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has always been vocal about his support for a 48 team World Cup in the Gulf region but political issues pose the greatest threat. Qatar is currently embroiled in a diplomatic standoff with neighbouring countries UAE, Egypt, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. These countries could easily share games as they have large capacity stadiums but it looks highly unlikely. Continue reading OMAN FACING RACE TO HOST WORLD CUP
Qatar has got all the rights to host the World Cup of 2022 World Cup. This is the first time ever that a nation from the Middle East is hosting FIFA, back in 2010.
The key committee for Delivery and Legacy spokes person, who is taking care of whole infrastructure and planning of the 2022 event, recently said, “Qatar has opened all the possibilities to have an open discussion regarding the expansion of things since last year. The country by its efforts wanted to make sure that this tournament belongs “to the entire the Middle East and Arab World”
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Long-serving Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed his hopes for a more competitive FIFA World Cup in Qatar than the one we witnessed in Russia last year.
Wenger feels that the World Cup will be more interesting and unique if the North American, Asian and African countries provide a much sterner challenge to their European and South American counterparts for glory.
Continue reading WENGER HOPING FOR REAL WORLD CUP IN QATAR
Xavi things that the FIFA World Cup in Water is going to be an amazing one, and said the country is prepared to give an exceptional experience to football fans from across the globe.
The brand ambassador for the World Cup at 2022 proclaimed that he is very excited that Qatar is organizing well; the stadiums are amazing and preparation will amaze everyone. Adding on, as the ambassador of the Supreme Committee, he feels Qatar is ready for every aspect.
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Qatar is thinking positively on offers that it has received from other countries to bring teams in the upcoming World Cup, however, so far country has not taken any decision in this regards, said the AFP organizing committee senior members.
Recently, Iran has received an offer to bring teams that will take part in World Cup small Qatar. The championship is going to start in about four years. On the question, if teams could be based in Iran, Hassan Al Thawadi, who is the chief organizer, said the country has got many suggestions from the various teams that are participating in the tournament. This is part of the operating plan, but of course it must happen with FIFA,”
Continue reading Organizers Reveal Qatar Thinking On Offers Received From Iran And Different Nations To Host Teams