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Old November 17th, 2010, 04:28 AM   #2461
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Old November 17th, 2010, 04:41 AM   #2462
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Mystery Mike you have just proven to be one of the biggest douchebags on this forum since Matthew Lowry. First place goes to Will737 and Oncebitten. Those stats won't win you the world cup, Australia is lacking some votes and that won't help!
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Old November 17th, 2010, 05:03 AM   #2463
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Mystery Mike you have just proven to be one of the biggest douchebags on this forum since Matthew Lowry. First place goes to Will737 and Oncebitten. Those stats won't win you the world cup, Australia is lacking some votes and that won't help!
AUSTRALIA's bid for the 2022 World Cup will be given a glowing recommendation when FIFA officially publishes its evaluation report of the bidding countries tonight.

FIFA's inspection time found virtually no technical fault with Australia's bid and praised the nation's stadiums, security and inner city transport systems.

They were also convinced of the lasting legacy bringing the World Cup Down Under would create.

Qatar's rival bid looks set to stumble at the first hurdle over the oppressive summer heat in the Middle East while the USA creates security problems, "legal risks" and a key lack of Government money or commitment.


http://au.fourfourtwo.com/News/18898...ia-wc-bid.aspx

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Old November 17th, 2010, 05:10 AM   #2464
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Shut up man you're american all you do is look at racial aspect of everything. That's why it effects you so much. Just move on. It's been 400 years since slavery and the South still looks like half just came fresh off the boat from Zimbabwe and the other half from Russia. The South should be looking like Brazil or the Dominican Republic by now. All mixed up.
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Old November 17th, 2010, 05:14 AM   #2465
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Old November 17th, 2010, 06:44 AM   #2466
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Mystery Mike you have just proven to be one of the biggest douchebags on this forum since Matthew Lowry. First place goes to Will737 and Oncebitten. Those stats won't win you the world cup, Australia is lacking some votes and that won't help!
Just because you keep making yourself look stupid.
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Old November 17th, 2010, 07:16 AM   #2467
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hahahah that show you dont belong to Asia aussis dont know any thing in Asia Khalfan ibraim another player and he hold Asia Gold Medal 2006 and best player in Asia

Best player in Asia 2006


Khalfan Ibrahim After Qatar won Asia Gold Medal 2006



before you talking about this tiny country try to make Australia learn some thing from them and at least win any cup or football medal hahahah
OMGZ!! THE ASIA GOLD MEDAL!! SUCH PRESTIGE!!

Gimmie a break.. Asia gold medal means stuff all. Nice try though.
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Old November 17th, 2010, 09:11 AM   #2468
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Reality hits home after FIFA WC report.
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Old November 17th, 2010, 09:58 AM   #2469
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Reality hits home after FIFA WC report.
Hard to put a good spin on "this bid could be a health risk"

be interesting to see how the Qatar/Spain bloc holds now given this kind of report.

if Qatar win some massive questions will be asked of the 6 non-Qatari exco members alleged to be in this bloc
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Old November 17th, 2010, 10:09 AM   #2470
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Well FIFA might drop Qatar. The report mentions that the entire logistical, operational nature of the WC will need to be transformed, placing the entire event at risk, compounded by the security nightmare of 10 venues essentially within 1 metropolitan region of 25-30km.
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Old November 17th, 2010, 11:38 AM   #2471
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Well FIFA might drop Qatar. The report mentions that the entire logistical, operational nature of the WC will need to be transformed, placing the entire event at risk, compounded by the security nightmare of 10 venues essentially within 1 metropolitan region of 25-30km.
We've been saying all of this for months
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Old November 17th, 2010, 11:46 AM   #2472
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that why we didnt want go to world cup in 2010 when we are not ready. we dont want make scandal as what happen for 3 red cards team in worldcup 2010 lol

nice compare
I'm fairly sure this guy is a troll looking for attension rather than a Qatari
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Old November 17th, 2010, 12:33 PM   #2473
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Qatar goes down even further to 113 in the latest rankings
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Old November 17th, 2010, 01:26 PM   #2474
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The Qatar bid’s hosting concept, which is
in line with Qatar’s national development
strategy, presents a novel approach to event
operations and legacy. The Qatar bid envisions
a concentration of almost all key event facilities
and venues in a relatively compact area within
a radius of 60 kilometres.


In terms of legacy,
there is a strong commitment to having a
carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup™, especially
through utilisation of environmentally friendly
cooling technologies. After the event, modular
sections from the stadiums are planned to
be used to construct 22 stadiums around the
world in developing countries. The opportunity
for FIFA to bring the FIFA World Cup™ to the
Middle East for the fi rst time is also highlighted.

The bid is supported by the national and local
football authorities, the local city governments
(by virtue of duly executed Host City
Agreements), the stadium authorities (by virtue
of duly executed Stadium Agreements), and the
national government (by virtue of duly executed
Government Guarantees).

The bid proposes seven Host Cities and
12 stadiums, thus meeting FIFA’s minimum
requirement for the event. Three of the
12 stadiums would be renovated, and
nine would be constructed. The signifi cant
construction work involved merits
consideration, especially in terms of stadium
readiness, testing under conditions comparable
to the FIFA World Cup™ and the deployment
of climate-control measures (as proposed by the
Bidder) in FIFA World Cup™-sized stadiums.
A
stadium construction and renovation budget of
approximately USD 3 billion has been projected.
In terms of football development, the Bidder
has outlined its domestic and international
programmes. The construction of the 22
modular stadiums abroad after the event as well as the domestic initiatives are important.

Qatari football is still developing and its youth
teams have recorded some successes at
international level. In terms of experience in
hosting international sports events in the last
20 years, Qatar has already hosted the 1995
FIFA U-20 World Cup as well as the 2006 Asian
Games. In January 2011, the country will host
the 2011 AFC Asian Cup.

The relatively short distances between all
facilities related to teams, such as stadiums and
team base camps, suggest that the traditional
venue-specifi c team hotel (VSTH) and venuespecifi
c training site (VSTS) approach may
not be needed.
The bid proposes both this
traditional approach as well as an innovative
team base camp (TBC) village approach which
relies on several critical assumptions for success:
the positive reception of the TBC village concept
by teams, the effectiveness and acceptance
of cooling systems for all training sites, and
high-quality grass growth under proposed sun
shades. Furthermore, many of the proposedteam facilities have still to be constructed.

While all of the proposed team facilities are
contracted, a number of points require further
consideration and need to be addressed on a
revised contractual basis. The proposed TBC
village concept may change the approach to the
FIFA World Cup™ as a nationwide event.

In terms of accommodation, over 84,000 rooms
have already been contracted, thus exceeding
FIFA’s minimum requirement of 60,000. That
said, the accommodation plan heavily depends
not only on the capacities of two candidate
Host Cities but also on signifi cant construction.


The fi nal number of accomplished projects
would determine the number of supporters
who could be accommodated. Furthermore, the
concentration of the majority of rooms in just
a few properties could lead to the risk that the
exclusivity of certain constituent groups could
not be ensured.
As for the FIFA headquarters,
the proposal appears to meet all of FIFA’s
requirements.

The transport plan, in line with the hosting
concept, differs from transport models of past
FIFA World Cups™ due to the fact that all key
venues are situated in close proximity to one
another. Signifi cant development is planned for
both the New Doha International Airport and the
general transport infrastructure. Nevertheless,
the fact that ten out of the 12 stadiums are
located within a 25-30km radius could represent
an operational and logistical challenge.
Any delay
in the completion of the transport projects could
impact FIFA’s tournament operations. Moreover, it
appears to be diffi cult to test a transport concept
prior to the event under conditions comparable
to the FIFA World Cup™. The fact that New
Doha International Airport would be the primary
air gateway for the entire tournament period also
requires careful consideration.

Based on the information in the Bid Book,
it appears as though FIFA’s information and
communications technology (ICT) requirements
would be met.

In terms of safety and security, the Qatar bid
considers its compact hosting concept as
advantageous. A concept would have to be
established to enable adequate testing of the
proposed security model prior to the event
under conditions comparable to the FIFA World
Cup™. International standards for health and
medical services are likely to be met. However,
the fact that the competition is planned in
June/July, the two hottest months of the year in
this region, has to be considered as a potential
health risk for players, offi cials, the FIFA family
and spectators, and requires precautions to be
taken.


The Bidder has submitted its concepts for
sustainable social and human development and
environmental protection initiatives.
The Bidder has also submitted a suitable
proposal for a single competition-related event
venue, the Doha Convention Centre, which is
under construction.

A detailed concept remains to be developed
in order to address how all event operations
for the hosting of 64 matches as well as
event-related services such as transport and
accommodation would be ensured in terms of
sourcing, recruitment and logistical support of
suffi ciently qualifi ed staff.


Marketing, media and communication matters
have also been addressed. The information
provided in the Bid Book suggests that the
major event and football sponsorship market in
Qatar has potential for growth. Because Qatar
has a time zone of UTC+3, there is unlikely to
be a negative impact on TV ratings in Europe
and the European media rights income should
the FIFA World Cup™ be hosted in Qatar.

The Bidder has submitted an expenditure
budget of USD 645.5 million (current) for
a FIFA Confederations Cup and FIFA World
Cup™ in 2021 and 2022. The budget has
been submitted in the format required with
supporting information. A projection of
approximately 2,869,000 sellable tickets has
been made. However, the forecast merits
review due to the impact of the construction
schedule and modular seating on ticketing
operations.

The Bidder’s plan implies a new operational
model for all stakeholder groups and in doing
so raises certain questions, especially in terms
of logistics and security.
The realisation of
the plan depends on centralised decisionmaking
and is largely based on construction
of projected general and event infrastructure,
which represents a risk by restricting FIFA’s
contingency planning.


If Qatar is awarded the hosting rights, FIFA's
legal risk appears to be low. All requirements
for contractual documents have been met, but
additional specifi c undertakings and securities
are necessary given the special situation in,
and the special hosting concept of, Qatar.
The necessary government support has been
secured.
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Old November 17th, 2010, 01:37 PM   #2475
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As I said Qatar should withdraw their bid immediately, what a disgrace. This bid is the biggest joke bid in the entire history of bidding nations. Stealing players from other nations and then still failing to even make a world cup and a ranking of 113 in the world, further add to the farcical nature of the bid.
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I open this thread every couple of weeks, and surprise surprise it's always the same sad bunch of trolls posting the same thing over and over again... seriously, you guys need to do something with your lives. This can't be healthy.
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Old November 17th, 2010, 02:51 PM   #2478
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I open this thread every couple of weeks, and surprise surprise it's always the same sad bunch of trolls posting the same thing over and over again... seriously, you guys need to do something with your lives. This can't be healthy.
Don't worry you won't have to open up anything shortly, once FIFA eliminate the bid for failing everything, this thread can be locked up and RIP, never to be seen again BTW did you just call the administrator a troll? Tsk tsk tsk, you did.

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What time is the blockbuster between Qatar and Haiti on??
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