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Old January 4th, 2011, 10:51 AM   #141
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Guys, this thread is about 2011 Asian Cup not 2022 WC ... Don't try to derail the thread.
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Old January 4th, 2011, 01:50 PM   #142
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Wow, this deal is amazing!
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Old January 4th, 2011, 02:38 PM   #143
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The caravan moves and the dogs keep barking.

Back to the Asian Cup people !
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Old January 4th, 2011, 06:51 PM   #144
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Celebrations for Asian Cup trophy arrival



Doha: AFC President Mohamed Bin Hammam was full of praise for the celebrations that accompanied the arrival of the AFC Asian Cup trophy in the Qatari capital.

The AFC Asian Cup Trophy touched down in Doha on an Emirates flight on Monday, in preparation for the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011™ finals from January 7-29.

Making the journey on Emirates from Kuala Lumpur to Doha, via Dubai, the 55-year-old trophy was delivered safely to the AFC President by Yousuf Yaqoob Al Serkal, the AFC Vice President from UAE.

The trophy was also accompanied by Ahmed Khoory, Emirates’ Senior Vice President Commercial, Gulf, Middle East and Iran.

This marks the first time that the AFC Asian Cup Trophy is delivered to the host nation of AFC Asian Cup with such style and its arrival is celebrated in the host country,” said Bin Hammam in a press conference.

“This is a new idea and a great initiative by the Qatar Football Association, QLOC and the sponsor. It helps to boost publicity of the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011™ and grab the attention of the public.

“At the same time, I would also like to express my gratitude and appreciation to Emirates for making this happens.”

Bin Hammam, a Qatari, has high hopes for the success of the tournament in his native country.

“Now, the finals is in the hands of Qatar. With so many high level teams and big names participating in the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011™, I would like to see attendances reach the level of expectation,” he said.

QFA and QLOC President Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Thani thanked the AFC President for attending this special occasion and also expressed confidence that the trophy will remain in Doha at the end of the tournament.

“We are all looking forward to the opening game on Friday. The tournament is of a high standard with so many strong teams, among them the four Asian representatives which played in the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa.

“As the head of QFA, I am very confident that after the end of the tournament, the trophy will still be in Qatar,” he said.

Emirates has been a support of the AFC since 1996 and Khoory said he was honoured to continue that relationship.

“Emirates is thankful for the AFC and QLOC for making us part of the celebration here.

“The AFC Asian Cup continues to grow and has attracted a loyal following of fans eager to see their team take home the trophy. I wish each of the 16 participating teams in the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011™ the best of luck in their matches.”

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Old January 4th, 2011, 07:35 PM   #145
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Will one be able to have sex with any girls he meets there, except Quataria girls as that on't be respctul of country's laws?
What law is this? Are Qatari women not allowed to be with who they want to be with?
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Old January 5th, 2011, 06:57 PM   #146
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2011 AFC Asia Cup 2011 Team Squad & Privew

AFC Asian Cup: Full Squad Lists http://fifa2014bra.blogspot.com/2011...uad-lists.html

AFC Asian Cup Preview Group A, Qatar, China, Kuwait, Uzbekistan http://fifa2014bra.blogspot.com/2011...tar-china.html

AFC Asian Cup Preview Group B: Saudi Arabia, Japan, Jordan, Syria http://fifa2014bra.blogspot.com/2011...p-b-saudi.html

AFC Asian Cup Preview Group C: South Korea, Australia, Bahrain,India http://fifa2014bra.blogspot.com/2011...w-group-c.html

AFC Asian Cup Preview Group D: Iran, Iraq, North Korea, United Arab Emirates http://fifa2014bra.blogspot.com/2011...iran-iraq.html
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Old January 5th, 2011, 08:08 PM   #147
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What law is this? Are Qatari women not allowed to be with who they want to be with?
Ignorance is one of the reasons that lead to serious issues.

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Old January 5th, 2011, 08:40 PM   #148
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AFC Asian Cup Qatar Available Live in 65 Million US TV Households
The AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 will be available to more than 65 million U.S. TV households as a result of distribution agreements executed by One World Sports with leading cable and satellite groups in the United States.

The games will be distributed live and delayed in English and in High Definition.

One World Sports is a unit of One Media Corp, Inc. One World Sports acquired the rights to broadcast the event through Singapore-based World Sport Group, the AFC’s exclusive marketing and media partner.

The AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 is Asia’s premier football tournament and brings together the top 16 national teams from across that continent. It is held once every four years, and is the first major international competition pitting nation against nation since the FIFA World Cup 2010 last summer in South Africa.

Iraq, the defending champion, will be joined by Japan, China, Iran, South Korea and Saudi Arabia, a quintet that historically fields the strongest teams. The 2011 event will also include Australia, India and North Korea, in addition to Gulf Region teams from hosts Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, Syria, United Arab Emirates and Uzbekistan.

“The response from the leading cable and satellite providers has been overwhelming,” said Preston Bornman, Chief Operating Officer of One World Sports. “They see the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 as a natural extension of the success they had with last summer’s FIFA World Cup in South Africa, which saw a dramatic rise in viewership.”

Matches can be purchased by consumers on a per-game basis via Pay-Per-View. One World Sports has licensed the full event to iN DEMAND (www.indemand.com), which will distribute the tournament to Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Bright House Networks, Cablevision, Charter, Mediacom and many other U.S. affiliates; DISH Network (www.DISHNetwork.com); and Avail/TVN (www.Avail-TVN.com), which includes AT&T and Verizon FiOS among its affiliates.

Broadband coverage will be available live via One World Sports Broadband, which can be found at www.OneWorldSports.tv. Mobile video coverage will be available on Verizon Wireless V CAST Video at www.VerizonWireless.com.

“Asia has become increasingly important to the United States economically and culturally. One of the best ways to gain insights on different parts of the world is through sport, and the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 comes at a time of heightened interest in the region,” Bornman said.

“World Sport Group is delighted to have One World Sports as our Broadcast Partner for North America and we are also very excited at the prospect of the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 being seen in up to 65 million households there,” said James Clarke, Senior Vice President – Content, World Sport Group.

“There is huge interest in the event among the Asian communities in North America, particularly among Iranians, Japanese, Koreans and Chinese. For the first time, we have a nation-wide broadcast platform that can serve our North American fans,” Clarke said.

The 32 game tournament begins Jan. 7 and concludes on Jan. 29, 2011. There are 24 matches during the Group Stages, followed by four knock-out games between the four group winners and second-place finishers. Two semi-final matches will be held Jan. 25. The third-place match will be held on Jan. 28, followed by the final on Jan. 29.

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Old January 5th, 2011, 09:57 PM   #149
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Guys, this thread is about 2011 Asian Cup not 2022 WC ... Don't try to derail the thread.
And what about the thread on WC 2022? I mean it is a joke already that they assigned the WC to Qatar, it is even more of a joke that you cant discuss about it......
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Old January 6th, 2011, 04:10 AM   #150
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The caravan moves and the dogs keep barking.

Back to the Asian Cup people !
You'll still be saying this in 20 years as people will still be enraged.The fact that you,after only 1 month ,think that its all fine and dandy is ignorant in the extreme.
Great news about the new Aspire Academies in Guatemala
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Old January 6th, 2011, 02:57 PM   #151
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And what about the thread on WC 2022? I mean it is a joke already that they assigned the WC to Qatar, it is even more of a joke that you cant discuss about it......
Speak tot the mods, this is not an appropriate place for WC 2022 discussion.

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You'll still be saying this in 20 years as people will still be enraged.The fact that you,after only 1 month ,think that its all fine and dandy is ignorant in the extreme.
Great news about the new Aspire Academies in Guatemala
,Paraguay, Cameroon, Nigeria, Ivory Coast and of course the old news of Thailand



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Fact is it IS all fine and dandy................................................... In Qatar off course + Your post is highly off topic.
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Old January 6th, 2011, 03:19 PM   #152
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Old January 6th, 2011, 04:19 PM   #154
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i forgot why i shouldnt stay up to watch unimportant socceroos friendlies in asia
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Old January 6th, 2011, 04:52 PM   #155
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Its amazing what you can get a homeless guy to say when you give him a pink Tshirt and a hat. I see Qatar have moved to paying Australians to say they're interested in the cup thats taking place there. Love it.
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The caravan moves and the dogs keep barking.

Back to the Asian Cup people !
Ive heard this one before this is a good one.

Qatar, not only amazing, but consistently original! Yeah!
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Old January 6th, 2011, 07:50 PM   #157
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Ive heard this one before this is a good one.

Qatar, not only amazing, but consistently original! Yeah!
Its a famous Arabic phrase

There is also: Who cant reach the grapes, will brag about it being sour.
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Its a famous Arabic phrase

There is also: Who cant reach the grapes, will brag about it being sour.
I used to like phrase 'money cant buy you everything' but it really doesn't have the same ring to it any more.
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you are the definition of troll and jealousy
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Old January 7th, 2011, 01:12 PM   #160
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you are the definition of troll and jealousy
Bugger off.
It was the biggest sham in world sport----------EVER

How could anyone be jealous of a sand castle with an airport
I will never be jealous of Qatar,you couldn't get me there if you paid me after what has happened
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