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Old December 16th, 2010, 12:31 AM   #21
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Look at teams and groups.

Neighborhood countries will have a lot of fans :
A- Kuwait
B- Saudi Arabia
C- Bahrain
D- Iraq/UAE/Iran

And also teams like South Koera (C) and Australia (C).

I hope that sometinh will be do for indians local workers, for following India team (C).



What about ticket prices ?
I doubt Qatar will let their slaves go to the games, just like they don't let them go into malls.
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Old December 16th, 2010, 01:20 AM   #22
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I doubt Qatar will let their slaves go to the games, just like they don't let them go into malls.
I also doubt, but we will see if since annuncement of hosting WC 2022, they changed their state of mind.
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Old December 16th, 2010, 01:25 AM   #23
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You can expect a lot less Australians since the ongoing revelations about massive bribery in the WC bidding process
It could end up being the biggest,most complete bribery plan of all time ,not just in sport
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Old December 16th, 2010, 01:30 AM   #24
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Perennial whinger Moyes can STFU! sure when he 'first' signed Cahill, Australia were in Oceania, but we've been in AFC since 2006, in which time St Tim has signed at least one contract extension under Moyes at Everton! Moyes is just a serial club vs country whinger. I'd like to slap him up side the head!
ROFL.

Dude, he just said that he is unhappy to lose player because of competition played in the middle of the season. He did not said anything against Australia or Cahill, only against Cup, and that he is unhappy to lose possible his best player in very important period for club, as someone already mentioned that.
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Old December 16th, 2010, 02:17 AM   #25
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ROFL.

Dude, he just said that he is unhappy to lose player because of competition played in the middle of the season. He did not said anything against Australia or Cahill, only against Cup, and that he is unhappy to lose possible his best player in very important period for club, as someone already mentioned that.
It's just that Moyes complains all the time about Cahill playing in any match for Australia. The world cup is the only exception. Even durning qualifiers there are complaints though.
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Old December 16th, 2010, 06:56 AM   #26
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This tournament will be well supported, but only from neighbouring countries of Qatar. Can't see us, Korea or Japan winning it either with this heat. All our top players play in Europe they will struggle. Wouldn't be surprised if someone like Iran takes it out. I'm pretty keen to watch it though.
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Old December 16th, 2010, 07:34 AM   #27
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It's just that Moyes complains all the time about Cahill playing in any match for Australia. The world cup is the only exception. Even durning qualifiers there are complaints though.
exactly, if you don't want to lose players mid-season for internationals, then don't sign any internationals, OR sign Scottish players;-) Every year it seems its Moyes leading the charge against African or Asian Players 'going back' to play for their countries..Heaven help us if countries ever become less important than club football. Jose Moaninho already has postulated that the Euro Champions League is a better spectacle than the World Cup. That was the theory behind awarding the 18 and 22 Cups to safe hosts, not Russia and Qatar:( :bash::bash:
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In preparation for Asia Cup Qatar won friendly match today Against Egypt 2:1

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Old December 16th, 2010, 08:30 PM   #29
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This tournament will be well supported, but only from neighbouring countries of Qatar. Can't see us, Korea or Japan winning it either with this heat.
heat it is in winter some people repeat words with non awareness.

East Aisa won it 5 times (3 Japan , 2 Korea)
West Aisa won it 9 times ( 3 Saudi, 3 Iran, 1 Iraq, 1 Kuwait)

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Old December 16th, 2010, 10:23 PM   #30
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In preparation for Asia Cup Qatar won friendly match today Against Egypt 2:1

A large majority of egyptians fans in stadium.
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Old December 16th, 2010, 11:51 PM   #31
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A large majority of egyptians fans in stadium.
thats true, about 45,000 to be specific.
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thats true, about 45,000 to be specific.
And this is a great performance !! It was amazing Qatar ended up winning

This should be a good sign for Asian Cup 2011.
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So Qatar had a Nationalised player get a goal,an own goal and a nationalised player get sent off
How many nationalised players played played today
What a horrible mistake by the Egyptian keeper
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So Qatar had a Nationalised player get a goal,an own goal and a nationalised player get sent off
How many nationalised players played played today
What a horrible mistake by the Egyptian keeper
The point is Qatar won Egypt 2-1 while Australia lost to Egypt 3-0.
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Old December 17th, 2010, 12:48 AM   #35
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Old December 17th, 2010, 01:29 AM   #36
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And this is a great performance !! It was amazing Qatar ended up winning

This should be a good sign for Asian Cup 2011.
It was great in general, im happy for the win, even though Egypt didnt really play that well, could only imagine if they did.
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Old December 17th, 2010, 01:58 AM   #37
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This should be a good sign for Asian Cup 2011.
LOL why? Egypt won't be playing in it.
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Old December 17th, 2010, 11:04 AM   #38
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The point is Qatar won Egypt 2-1 while Australia lost to Egypt 3-0.
Australia vs Doha retards (+ plus anyone else they could manage to nationalise to cover up for their pathetic standard of sport in general)

Last 4 meetings

Aust 3 - Dohole 0

Dohole 1 - Aust 3

Aust 4 - Dohole 0

Dohole 0 - Aust 0

So that's and aggregate of

10 - 1

Maybe the corrupt scum at your joke football association will bribe Fifa to have the results from the game removed from the records as it appears money CAN buy you anything.
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Old December 17th, 2010, 11:29 AM   #39
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Qatar is the right choice: Blatter



FIFA president Sepp Blatter once again congratulated Qatar for winning the 2022 World Cup bid yesterday, saying the world body’s executive committee had made the right decision by “opening football to a new world and a new culture.”
Blatter was speaking at a special ceremony in Doha where Qatar and FIFA signed a formal agreement making Qatar the official hosts of the event in 12 years’ time.
“Europe has hosted many World Cups but never in Eastern Europe. So it is the right decision to go to Russia in 2018,” he said.
“And there was one region – the Middle East or the Arab world – which has waited its turn for a long time. The (2022) decision has satisfied many people,” Blatter said.
“With Qatar, we are opening football to a new world and a new culture. We in FIFA are very happy with the outcome.”
Qatar Football Association president Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa bin Ahmed al-Thani signed the document on Qatar’s behalf.
Sheikh Hamad, on his part, thanked FIFA for awarding Qatar the hosting rights of the event. “It will be not only Qatar’s World Cup but also of the whole of the Middle East and the Arab world,” he said.
Blatter said Qatar’s bid team had done an excellent job leading up to the vote in Zurich on December 2.
“I have to congratulate the Qatar Bid Committee for their efforts in the months leading up to the final vote,” said Blatter.
Having seen Africa host its first-ever World Cup in South Africa, Blatter is confident that the FIFA’s decision to go two new territories will further expand the game.
“In the philosophy of football, and as president of FIFA, we have always believed football should be accessible to all. This has happened now. So I’m a happy president when we talk about the development of football.”
Blatter noted Qatar’s multi-lingual final presentation in Zurich as the best among all nine bidding nations.
“It was a very emotional presentation by Qatar, especially the one from HH Sheikha Moza asking the FIFA executive members ‘when is the right time to award the Middle East its first World Cup?’. That convinced 14 of the 22 FIFA executive members to vote for Qatar.
“And by signing this agreement I declare that the World Cup is definitely coming to Qatar in 2022,” Blatter said.
Blatter also said FIFA would look into suggestions made by several former football greats, including Germany’s 1974 World Cup winning captain Franz Beckenbauer and former French captain Michel Platini that the tournament could be moved from the conventional mid-year period to January because of the intense summer heat in Qatar.
“We’ll take note of that,” said the FIFA president. “According to the FIFA declaration, all World Cup tournaments should be played in summer. So I cannot talk about a change to what is part of a bid.”
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Old December 17th, 2010, 12:37 PM   #40
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FIFA president Sepp Blatter once again congratulated Qatar for winning the 2022 World Cup bid yesterday, saying the world body’s executive committee had made the right decision by “opening football to a new world and a new culture.”
Blatter was speaking at a special ceremony in Doha where Qatar and FIFA signed a formal agreement making Qatar the official hosts of the event in 12 years’ time.
“Europe has hosted many World Cups but never in Eastern Europe. So it is the right decision to go to Russia in 2018,” he said.
“And there was one region – the Middle East or the Arab world – which has waited its turn for a long time. The (2022) decision has satisfied many people,” Blatter said.
“With Qatar, we are opening football to a new world and a new culture. We in FIFA are very happy with the outcome.”
Qatar Football Association president Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa bin Ahmed al-Thani signed the document on Qatar’s behalf.
Sheikh Hamad, on his part, thanked FIFA for awarding Qatar the hosting rights of the event. “It will be not only Qatar’s World Cup but also of the whole of the Middle East and the Arab world,” he said.
Blatter said Qatar’s bid team had done an excellent job leading up to the vote in Zurich on December 2.
“I have to congratulate the Qatar Bid Committee for their efforts in the months leading up to the final vote,” said Blatter.
Having seen Africa host its first-ever World Cup in South Africa, Blatter is confident that the FIFA’s decision to go two new territories will further expand the game.
“In the philosophy of football, and as president of FIFA, we have always believed football should be accessible to all. This has happened now. So I’m a happy president when we talk about the development of football.”
Blatter noted Qatar’s multi-lingual final presentation in Zurich as the best among all nine bidding nations.
“It was a very emotional presentation by Qatar, especially the one from HH Sheikha Moza asking the FIFA executive members ‘when is the right time to award the Middle East its first World Cup?’. That convinced 14 of the 22 FIFA executive members to vote for Qatar.
“And by signing this agreement I declare that the World Cup is definitely coming to Qatar in 2022,” Blatter said.
Blatter also said FIFA would look into suggestions made by several former football greats, including Germany’s 1974 World Cup winning captain Franz Beckenbauer and former French captain Michel Platini that the tournament could be moved from the conventional mid-year period to January because of the intense summer heat in Qatar.
“We’ll take note of that,” said the FIFA president. “According to the FIFA declaration, all World Cup tournaments should be played in summer. So I cannot talk about a change to what is part of a bid.”


I have to laugh at how ridiculously stupid some of the posters from Dohole are. Posting an article whereby Blatter is congratulating Doha on their world cup bid is meant to prove what???
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