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¿FIFA cambiará la ubicación del Mundial 2022 desde Qatar?

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¿FIFA cambiará la ubicación del Mundial 2022 desde Qatar?

por Andrew Bihl

Nota: Este ensayo fue escrito en11/03/14. Debido a esto, cualquiera información más reciente no está incluido.

En 2010, FIFA eligió a Qatar para anfitrión de la Copa del Mundo de 2022.

Zinedine Zidane: La race dans le foot

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Apres avoir lu 8 juillet 1998 écrit par Lilian Thuram et le commentaire écrit par Tomas sur ce livre, je suis inspiré d'écrire un poste assez similaire sur un autre membre de cette équipe: Zinedine Zidane. Pour ceux qui ne savaient pas les détails de la Coupe du Monde en 1998, il était l'événement la plus célébré dans l'histoire du football française.

FIFA announce date for 2022 World Cup Final

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FIFAhasdisclosed that the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be held in Winter, with the Final coming on December 18, which is also Qatar National Day.

The reasoning for such an unprecedented move from the traditional Summer schedule to a Winter one is essentially focused on the climate in Qatar.

FIFA announce date for 2022 World Cup Final

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FIFAhasdisclosed that the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be held in Winter, with the Final coming on December 18, which is also Qatar National Day.

The reasoning for such an unprecedented move from the traditional Summer schedule to a Winter one is essentially focused on the climate in Qatar.

FIFA’s reluctance to rectify construction working conditions ahead of Qatar 2022 is disgraceful

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FIFA's recent announcement that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will take place in November/December just undermines what everyone who lives outside of FIFA headquarters knows – that the World Cup never should have been awarded to Qatar in the first place. At this point, the apparent corruption, miscalculations, lack of commonsense judgment, and all-around bloated, cartoonish villainy surrounding FIFA and its Qatar World Cup is so ridiculous that it hardly matters anymore what time of year the tournament takes place.

FIFA’s reluctance to rectify construction working conditions ahead of Qatar 2022 is disgraceful

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FIFA's recent announcement that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will take place in November/December just undermines what everyone who lives outside of FIFA headquarters knows – that the World Cup never should have been awarded to Qatar in the first place. At this point, the apparent corruption, miscalculations, lack of commonsense judgment, and all-around bloated, cartoonish villainy surrounding FIFA and its Qatar World Cup is so ridiculous that it hardly matters anymore what time of year the tournament takes place.

From Scotland to Tottenham; remembering soccer legend Dave Mackay

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Not many people would connect Hearts from the Scottish Premier League and Qatar the hosts of the 2022 World Cup, but Dave Mackay who passed away this week at the age of 80 would be that connection. He started his career for the Edinburgh team and ended his football career life as national coach of Qatar some 42 years later.

From Scotland to Tottenham; remembering soccer legend Dave Mackay

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Not many people would connect Hearts from the Scottish Premier League and Qatar the hosts of the 2022 World Cup, but Dave Mackay who passed away this week at the age of 80 would be that connection. He started his career for the Edinburgh team and ended his football career life as national coach of Qatar some 42 years later.

No Confederations Cup for Qatar in 2021

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On the heels of the news that the 2022 Men's World Cup in Qatar will be held in the winter, FIFA yesterday announced that Qatar has lost its hosting privileges for the 2021 Confederations Cup. The reason: because summers in Qatar reach an averageof 100ºF (38ºC). This fact is something the entire world has known for YEARS, is the main reason for the 2022World Cup'sswitch to November, and is one of the main reasons the general soccer community was against having the World Cup in Qatar at all (that and the whole "slave laborers"thing).

Coupe du Monde en Hiver?

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Depuis le premier tournoi en 1930, le Coupe du Monde se passe toujours en été. En 2022, cependant, c'est probable que le tournoi va se passer dans l'hiver. Selon un source près de FIFA, le tournoi commencera le 26 novembre et finira le 22 décembre. Cette programme interrompe le saison de presque tous les grands championnats d'Europe.

2022 World Cup Set For November and December

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A FIFA task force has recommended that the 2022 World Cup be set for the winter months of November and December. The 2022 World Cup is to take place in Qatar, which is known to have extraordinarily hot summers.

FIFA officials met in Doha to discuss a number of alternatives to hosting the World Cup in the summer, as the weather in Qatar may endanger the players' and fans' health.

World Cup 2022 in Qatar edges closer to November and December

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World Cup 2022 in Qatar has taken a step closer to being held in late November and late December after a FIFA task force recommended shifting the global event from summertime to winter.

The task force's recommendations will be taken to FIFA executive committee meeting in Zurich on March 19 and 20 for a final decision as to dates of the tournament.

Catar 2022 en contraste con Estados Unidos 2022

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Mucho se ha dicho de la decisión de la FIFA de dar la sede del Mundial 2022 a Catar, un pais con pésimo record de derechos humanos, un clima que no es favorable para una competencia profesional, y una candidatura de muy alto riesgo dado que en este momento casi nada de la infraestructura necesaria para recibir el mundial está construída.

Sepp Blatter: The End of a Tumultuous Era?

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On Monday, it was announced that Dutch football president Michael van Praag will challenge Sepp Blatter for the position of President of FIFA.Praag's announcement comes after a yearsof drama and controversy within the international football body. Most controversial has been the decision to hold the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and the subsequent vehement devotion to that plan despite numerous grievances about human rights violations, quasi-slavelabor and extreme temperatures in the region.

The Progress of Asian Nations in World Football

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The Progress of Asian Nations in World Football - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

There is little doubt that football in Asia was given a massive boost by World Cup 2002 which was jointly hosted by Japan and South Korea. It was doubly advantageous that the two hosts put on a good show on the field.

FIFA Vice-President Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein Set to Challenge Sepp Blatter

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"I am seeking the Presidency of FIFA because I believe it is time to shift the focus away from administrative controversy and back to sport".

FIFA vice-president Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan has announced that he will challenge Sepp Blatter for the presidency of FIFA. Up till now only Jérôme Champagne has publicly thrown his hat into the ring to oppose Blatter for FIFA's top job.

FIFA Vice-President Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein Set to Challenge Sepp Blatter

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"I am seeking the Presidency of FIFA because I believe it is time to shift the focus away from administrative controversy and back to sport".

FIFA vice-president Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan has announced that he will challenge Sepp Blatter for the presidency of FIFA. Up till now only Jérôme Champagne has publicly thrown his hat into the ring to oppose Blatter for FIFA's top job.

More bad news for FIFA with Sony set to end World Cup sponsorship

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More bad news for FIFA with Sony set to end World Cup sponsorship - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

FIFA has been dealt another blow to its image with the news that Sony is set to end its partnership with world football's governing body.

Reuters reports that the company – a FIFA sponsor for the past eight years, with a $280 million contract – will not renew its World Cup sponsorship.

FIFA’s Ethics And Principles Nothing Short of Disgraceful

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FIFA was back in the news this week, which almost always means a good hearty laugh followed by a sustained period of crying.

This week, we found out that the report conducted by American investigator Michael Garcia into the awarding of the 2018 World Cup to Russia and the 2022 World Cup to Qatar was, in fact, a practical joke.

Oh how delightful... *this* movie again.

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Ladies and gentleman, get out your brooms and lift up your rugs, because it looks like the best we will get out of FIFA's internal investigation over the selection of Qatar as World Cup 2022 hosts is a "statement" from the governing body in a couple weeks. So sayeth the white-washer.And the best part of FIFA's stated reason for keeping the findings of this investigation secret?

Analyzing How The World Cup Bidding Process Works

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For many people, whilst football has continued to grow around the world, one thing still seems to be shrouded in mystery. How do you bid to host the World Cup? As viewing figures continue to grow across the world, the games global reach now spans everywhere from South Korea to Ghana, from Qatar to Belgium and FIFA has responded by taking the competition to new territories.

The Middle East Growing And Beginning To Assert Itself On The World Soccer Stage

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It seems that the ramifications of the FIFA vote in December 2010 to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar are still being felt across the football world. Whilst there was no denying it was a left field decision by the executive committee, it wasn't as if the Middle East had never held a sporting event previously.

FC Barcelona

Barcelona midfielder Xavi photograpped in Qatar ahead of reported move

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On Friday,Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez was photographedtaking pictures with fans inQatar,just a day after news broke of his summer move to the Qatari side Al Sadd.

It is not yet known why the former Spain international was in the sovereign Arab country, and an announcement of his decision to join Al Sadd is still not expected to take place until the summer.

Barcelona midfielder Xavi photograpped in Qatar ahead of reported move

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On Friday,Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez was photographedtaking pictures with fans inQatar,just a day after news broke of his summer move to the Qatari side Al Sadd.

It is not yet known why the former Spain international was in the sovereign Arab country, and an announcement of his decision to join Al Sadd is still not expected to take place until the summer.

Barcelona Considering Canceling £123m Qatar Kit Deal

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It looks like Barcelona is in the market for a new kit deal after saying that they are reviewing are their current deal with Qatar die to the worsening 'social and political' situation in the Gulf State.

Speaking to RAC1, club president Josep Maria Bartomeu admitted that a change in the 'social and political' situation in Qatar has caused the club to reconsider.

Uzbekistán

Mundial Sub-20 Nueva Zelanda 2015

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Del 30 de mayo al 20 de junio se disputará en Nueva Zelanda l XX Copa Mundial Sub-20.
Esta será la tercera competición FIFA que se dispute en el país, que anteriormente organizó la Copa Mundial Sub-17 de 1999 y la Copa Mundial Femenina Sub-17 de 2008. .
Participarán 24 selecciones que jugarán 52 partidos en siete ciudades: Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Wellington y Whangarei.

Asian Cup 2015

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La XVI Copa Asiática se realizará en Australia entre el 9 y el 31 de enero del 2015. El torneo más importante del continente es organizado por la Asian Football Confederation y esta será la primera ocasión que se dispute en Australia.
Se jugará en cinco sedes: Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane y Newcastle.

Asia / Oceania

Asian Cup 2015 Debrief: Qatar – A campaign of disappointment and broken promises

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Asian Cup 2015 – 3 Things We Learned in the Group Stages…

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Asian Cup 2015: Qatar – Everything you need to know about The Maroon

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The Asian Cup 2015 is here, and so we at Just Football bring you detailed previews of all 16 competitors, continuingwith Qatar.

Previously – the Qatar's Group C rivals, Iranandthe United Arab Emirates

ByBabak Golriz

Qatar: The Basics

Country:TheState of Qatar

Group: C– with Iran, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain

Asian Cup History:Never advanced past quarter-finals

The storyline

Djamel Belmadi has been managing in Qatari football since 2010.

Russia

Mix and matches

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No, I am not suggesting that Mikkel Diskerud is a pyromaniac. Or even that he loves old school Def Leppard. It is just time to shed a little (but not all) light on the chase scene for his free agent services. There will be a full MLS report on this probably tomorrow, but for now I can now confirm he currently has interest from clubs in MLS, Greece, Russia, Ukraine and two western European

Sepp Blatter urged to publish full Michael Garcia report

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Sepp Blatter has been urged to publish the full Michael Garcia report

The British government has asked FIFA president Sepp Blatter to publicly reveal the details of Michael Garcia's report, that led to the controversy surrounding the 2018 and 2022 Fifa World Cup bidding process.

FIFA Report Clears Qatar To Host World Cup; Report Contains Erroneous Details, Says Investigator

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FIFA today announced that after an 18-month investigation by former New York district attorney Michael Garcia, there is not sufficient evidence to justify stripping either Russia or Qatar of the 2018 or 2022 World Cups.

German judge Hans-Joachim Eckert ruled that there was not enough evidence to justify re-opening the process.

The Rest

Qatar Aspire Academy: Humanitarian Effort or Cause for Concern

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After reading African Soccerscapes,I was reminded of Qatar's Aspire Academy: a footballing academy based in Doha, Qatar that takes children from Africa, South America, and Asia and brings them into Qatar to develop their football skills. When most people think of Qatar and soccer, they think of the 2022 World Cup or perhaps Paris Saint Germain, which the Qatar Investment Authority owns and sponsors.

It just gets better and better.

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That was sarcasm. There is no shortage of reasons to cringe over World Cup 2022, unfathomably still set to take place in Qatar. Seriously, what will it take for UEFA to stand up like a big boy and say no to FIFA? Because that is exactly what it will take to change things for the proper.- Greg Seltzer

How would Qatari ownership of Tottenham Hotspur affect the Premier League

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Out of major stakeholders in Premier League clubs, only Manchester City, Chelsea and Newcastle United have wealthier owners than Tottenham Hotspur, with Joe Lewis who owns over 70% of the north London club having a wealth of over £4.

Qatar vs Bayern Munich Friendly 1-4 Highlights 2015 Weiser Goals Video

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Qatar 2014/15 Nike Home and Away Kits

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Nike today unveiled the home and away kits to be worn by the Qatar national [...]

AFC u-19

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