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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:03 AM   #2501
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2 International friendly clashes that prove Qatar's ability to organise a successful World Cup.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:05 AM   #2502
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You're my boy, towel. Australia. World Cup 2010. Three red cards. At least we have Asia Gold Medal. 2006. Arab world rules.
also arabs won the youth world cup sliver Medal in Australia 1981 and Asia Cup as the arabs in Africa won Africa Cup

so that why arabs deserve world to host world cup in 2022 Qatar as Asian country and Egypt 2026 as African country

we can get 2 world cup in the area
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:10 AM   #2503
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2 International friendly clashes that prove Qatar's ability to organise a successful World Cup.
Let's not get carried away, there's a big difference between hosting 2 friendly games more for the local audience and hosting a 32 Team WC in 4 weeks.
And about the performances, I think it's irrelevant to talk about this especially on a rather racial than national level.
And hosting a WC doesn't mean you host it for the Arab/Muslim people, it will be probably as easy to come to Doha from Stockholm or Bucharest as from Cairo or Tehran. Plus, await people to come not just to see the games but have a lot of "fun" .

Of course, speaking about the traveling and distances: epic fail for Australia .
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:12 AM   #2504
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I don't think so since he didn't say Islamic, but "Arab" a reference to a group of people that speak a common language.

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It is in fact quite late, 14 days to host announcment ! 50 days to AFC Asian Cup in Qatar.




Would you please show me where exactly it says it is a "high risk" bid ?(I may have not seen it)
other than MysteryMikes biased & hypocritical posts.

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So that was the FIFA technical report, any ideas about the ethics report ? any news ? SOURCES !
we dont need reports lol we know we have some problems in our bid like any other bid but we also know that our bid is on top and the most close to win when it is come to lobby supporters and votes.

as Qatar son said 14 days to host announcment and 14 countries lobby with Qatar include egypt
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:15 AM   #2505
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Let's not get carried away, there's a big difference between hosting 2 friendly games more for the local audience and hosting a 32 Team WC in 4 weeks.
And about the performances, I think it's irrelevant to talk about this especially on a rather racial than national level.
And hosting a WC doesn't mean you host it for the Arab/Muslim people, it will be probably as easy to come to Doha from Stockholm or Bucharest as from Cairo or Tehran. Plus, await people to come not just to see the games but have a lot of "fun" .

Of course, speaking about the traveling and distances: epic fail for Australia .
that a show for fans preparing them for what coming in January AFC Cup 2011 and World Cup 2022
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:19 AM   #2506
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thailand is hosting the 2012 FIFA futsol world cup, maybe they should get the next world cup!
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:23 AM   #2507
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also arabs won the youth world cup sliver Medal in Australia 1981 and Asia Cup as the arabs in Africa won Africa Cup

so that why arabs deserve world to host world cup in 2022 Qatar as Asian country and Egypt 2026 as African country

we can get 2 world cup in the area
AFC followed by CAF

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Qatar = Asian Games Gold Medal (Silver Medal went to Iraq)
Iraq = AFC Asian Cup (Saudi Arabia Second place)
Egypt = African Cup of Nations (Also most successful)
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:24 AM   #2508
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Egypt = African Cup of Nations (Also most successful)
Yeah and Egypt will be the first arab nation to host a world cup because they are a proper football team unlike embarrassing Qatar with it's joke bid and just as bad football team. They also have tourist destinations and culture, something which again Qatar has nothing of.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:25 AM   #2509
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Let's not get carried away, there's a big difference between hosting 2 friendly games more for the local audience and hosting a 32 Team WC in 4 weeks.
And about the performances, I think it's irrelevant to talk about this especially on a rather racial than national level.
And hosting a WC doesn't mean you host it for the Arab/Muslim people, it will be probably as easy to come to Doha from Stockholm or Bucharest as from Cairo or Tehran. Plus, await people to come not just to see the games but have a lot of "fun" .

Of course, speaking about the traveling and distances: epic fail for Australia .
yes, The country does have a quite central location not to mention great transport links within the country + the fans dont need to worry about weather or not there will be adequate accommodation and/or transport !

And about the friendlies, yes it is a major task, but Qatar already proved it during the Asian Games that a one city event is possible (since Olympics and Asian games are city events) and an even more compact city (Doha). this is a major achievement and these friendlies show that there is a great football atmosphere in Qatar not to mention the love of international football and the wonderful cultural diversity available in this country.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:27 AM   #2510
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Of course, speaking about the traveling and distances: epic fail for Australia .

Well it didn't stop 130,000 Australians travelling to the last two brilliant World Cups
Also I don't think travelling is a real problem for 70% of the Worlds population,and it simply isn't a problem wherever you live if you love your team

Maybe its just Australians that travel in large numbers
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:32 AM   #2511
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thailand is hosting the 2012 FIFA futsol world cup, maybe they should get the next world cup!
well they can but I never hear that they planing for this or have plan I only heard about Dubai plan but it is canceled.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:32 AM   #2512
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Yeah and Egypt will be the first arab nation to host a world cup because they are a proper football team unlike embarrassing Qatar with it's joke bid and just as bad football team. They also have tourist destinations and culture, something which again Qatar has nothing of.
Egypt dont have bid in 2022 only Qatar and it is the most close country to win this bid
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:36 AM   #2513
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Yeah and Egypt will be the first arab nation to host a world cup because they are a proper football team unlike embarrassing Qatar with it's joke bid and just as bad football team. They also have tourist destinations and culture, something which again Qatar has nothing of.
O Rly ?

Then why is Doha the capital of Arab culture 2010 ?
Not to mention the availability of many cultural hotshots in the country, lack of history yes, but culture definitely not. especially in a country as diverse as Qatar.

Maybe not enough now, but surely by 2022 we would have enough tourist destinations and if not satisfying, Bahrain is 55 Minutes away by train, 45 By air, Dubai is 1 hour away by air.

AGAIN, FIFA RANKINGS DO NOT MATTER. In fact, South Africa ranked second worst (in terms of FIFA rankings) between the WC teams and that didn't stop them from hosting a world cup. again remember we want to HOST the world cup, not win it (off course it would be nice but not likely, hosting on the other hand is.)
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:41 AM   #2514
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O Rly ?

Then why is Doha the capital of Arab culture 2010 ?
Not to mention the availability of many cultural hotshots in the country, lack of history yes, but culture definitely not. especially in a country as diverse as Qatar.

Maybe not enough now, but surely by 2022 we would have enough tourist destinations and if not satisfying, Bahrain is 55 Minutes away by train, 45 By air, Dubai is 1 hour away by air.

AGAIN, FIFA RANKINGS DO NOT MATTER. In fact, South Africa ranked second worst (in terms of FIFA rankings) between the WC teams and that didn't stop them from hosting a world cup. again remember we want to HOST the world cup, not win it (off course it would be nice but not likely, hosting on the other hand is.)
Australia lost AFC Cup 2011 bid and Qatar won the host
we going to win 2022 bid too because Australia does not have seat or lobby as our lobby.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:48 AM   #2515
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Australia never entered a bid for the 2011 Asian Cup.

OTOH, Australia is bidding for the 2015 Asian Cup as the sole bidder.

International friendlies count for nothing because the logistics are nothing like the World Cup. You don't need to accommodate tens of thousands of travelling fans, provide long term accommodation for visiting teams and their support staff, you don't have huge armies travelling from city to city.

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Old November 18th, 2010, 01:51 AM   #2516
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Australia lost AFC Cup 2011 bid and Qatar won the host
we going to win 2022 bid too because Australia does not have seat or lobby as our lobby.
Australia I don't think was even part of Asia at that time and certainly they did not bid and Qatar did not win the AFC Cup bid from anybody, Qatar were the sole bidder. So how about you actually start publishing some facts waqif, instead of your constant garbage.

South Africa too did not have a seat in the FIFA executive committee and infact the whole of Africa voted against them. South Africa were not 113 in the world and they had a reason for that it's called apartheid, they were banned from international football, not like Qatar who have been playing all this time but are a total utter embarrassment. BTW Yes, South Africa still won the vote for the 2010 bid with nobody on the FIFA executive committee and their own confederation voting against them because they were the best bid that there was.
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Australia never bidded for the 2011 Asian Cup.
It did for the 2015 Edition (too late ). Qatar would be the first AFC-Member nation to host the AFC Asian Cup TWICE.
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Australia I don't think was even part of Asia at that time and certainly they did not bid and Qatar did not win the AFC Cup bid from anybody, Qatar were the sole bidder. So how about you actually start publishing some facts waqif, instead of your constant garbage.

South Africa too did not have a seat in the FIFA executive committee and infact the whole of Africa voted against them. South Africa were not 113 in the world and they had a reason for that it's called apartheid, they were banned from international football, not like Qatar who have been playing all this time but are a total utter embarrassment. BTW Yes, South Africa still won the vote for the 2010 bid with nobody on the FIFA executive committee and their own confederation voting against them because they were the best bid that there was.
Not the right reason to vote against it, And yet they claim its for the African continent .

At least Qatar's bid is really backed by the Arab/Middle Eastern World, including the Union of Arab Football Associations, West Asian Football Federation and numerous independent expressions of support from neighboring countries such as UAE, Saudi Arabia & Egypt.
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Old November 18th, 2010, 02:00 AM   #2519
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Australia & Iran was bidding for AFC Cup 2011 they both lost
Australia new comer to Asia it is need long time to get lobby from Asian votes (Japan,Qatar,Thailand,Korea)
Australia in East of Asia that area already hosted the world cup few years ago (2002)
so Qatar chances stronger and it is perfect time zone to Europe
Qatar has some problems but these problems not stoped them to make lobby and have 14 vote in their side
Australia bigest problem it is not have seat and Oceana member is suspended
they only have one vote coming from germany
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It did for the 2015 Edition (too late ). Qatar would be the first AFC-Member nation to host the AFC Asian Cup TWICE.
So for the 2015 edition, Australia were the sole bidder and the previous one wasn't really given to you either, you stepped in after someone pulled out, not exactly a great bid. You haven't won anything, Qatar soon to be eliminated from the FIFA vote, tick tick tick.
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