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Old May 16th, 2010, 05:39 PM   #581
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Old May 16th, 2010, 05:42 PM   #582
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the weather today in cape twon is 34c and Doha today is 39c and next month in cape town is hoter than this month and they dont have any cooling system the Qataris is provide the cooling technology as bounce
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the weather today in cape twon is 34c and Doha today is 39c and next month in cape town is hoter than this month and they dont have any cooling system the Qataris is provide the cooling technology as bounce
Completely wrong.

World Cup will be played during the winter in South Africa, average high temperature for June is 18.1C and for July 17.5C. So next month will be even colder than previous one, as you can see.

Warmest month is January (6 months away from World Cup) and its high average temperature (26.1C) isn't even close to the Qatari one (41.5).
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Completely wrong.

World Cup will be played during the winter in South Africa, average high temperature for June is 18.1C and for July 17.5C. So next month will be even colder than previous one, as you can see.

Warmest month is January (6 months away from World Cup) and its high average temperature (26.1C) isn't even close to the Qatari one (41.5).
so 17-26 is winter there ?? well in june here is max 41 and low 27 and some times is lower when it is heavy cloudy and raning like these days so still air cooling bounce option.

Yesterday was the President of Brazil watching the final match in emir cup at non-cooling stadium and the weather was so nice.
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Old May 16th, 2010, 06:31 PM   #585
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Yes the difference in temperatures here in Qatar is amazing, this is where the cooling technology comes in handy, it will cool down the Stadiums, Training fields and Fanzones to temperatures that are comfortable for players and fans. and today was weird there were no indications whatsoever that there will be heavy rain, it came out of nowhere, even forecasts where not able to detect it.
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Old May 16th, 2010, 07:00 PM   #586
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the weather today in cape twon is 34c and Doha today is 39c and next month in cape town is hoter than this month and they dont have any cooling system the Qataris is provide the cooling technology as bounce
its completely lost its mind. Cape Town's average temperature is 19 in winter.

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Old May 16th, 2010, 07:01 PM   #587
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FIFA World Cup inspection work to start work in Japan and wrap up mission in Qatar


the Al-Sadd stadium with its ground-breaking outdoor air conditioning / lake images

ZURICH, May 14: Harold Mayne-Nicholls, president of the Chilean federation, will head up the inspection team which will circle the globe examining what is real and what is imagined by the nations bidding to host the World Cup finals in 2018 and 2022.

Mayne-Nicholls's delegation will include Indonesia Dali Tahir from the FIFA ethics committee as well as German Jurgen Muller who is head of event management for the world federation.

The 'tour' schedule has been calculated to take into account the various time zones, holiday seasons and likely climatic conditions. This means a start in high-tech Japan and a conclusion in air-cooled Qatar. The decision on host nations will be taken by the FIFA executive committee in Zurich in December.

The dates are:

Jul 19-22, Japan; Jul 22-25 South Korea; Jul 26-29, Australia;

Aug 9-12: HollandBelgium; Aug 16-19, Russia; Aug 23-26, England; Aug 30-Sep 2, Spain/Portugal;

Sep 6-9, United States; Sep 13-17, Qatar.


http://www.sportsfeatures.com/soccer...ssion-in-qatar
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London called Greates London do you know what this mean ? it is mean there other cities inside connected with london city and I been there many times and I know very well what this term means and london can have 3 easly as well Greates Doha has many cities connected to doha city inculde Rayyan city and Garrafah city these cities independent but connected with the capital so Doha easly can get 3 as london.
London has 12 million people. Six times(if not more) than the entire Qatar population.

What about this don't you understand? Are you 5?
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London has 12 million people. Six times(if not more) than the entire Qatar population.

What about this don't you understand? Are you 5?
Doha is close to 3 countries capitals with total population more than 25 million you dont understand ??
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Doha is close to 3 countries capitals with total population more than 25 million you dont understand ??
Luxembourg borders countries with 160 million people (and rest of the Europe is just as near) and it is connected to them with high speed highways and railways. Should they host it?
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FIFA president gives backing to Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has given a boost to the region as a major sporting venue with his support of Qatar's bid to host the 2022 World Cup.

Significantly it came on the eve of Dubai hosting the SportAccord International Convention 2010 being held in the Middle East for the first time where Blatter will be one of the key speakers.

"The Arab World deserves the World Cup and Qatar has a good chance to become the first country from the region to host it," Blatter told in Doha on Saturday.

The Convention commenced yesterday at the Atlantis Palm Jumeirah Dubai with closed door council meetings of SportAccord (formerly the General Association of International Sports Federations), the Association of Recognised International Sports Federations, the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations and the International World Games Association. SportAccord, which was renamed in 2009 during the SportAccord Convention in Denver (USA), promotes communication and cooperation among international sports federations and represents more than 100 affiliated organisations.

More than 65 delegates were treated to a private tour and an afternoon of entertainment at Dubai Sports City, where the SportAccord Convention Golf Tournament was held in their honour at the Els Club.

The tour consisted of a walk-through of the Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, a 25,000-seat facility dedicated to cricket, a drive through of Victory Heights and a visit to Bradenton Prep School, one of the development's many sports academies.

"We wanted the delegates to see all that Dubai Sports City has to offer the international sporting community," said Saeed Hareb, Second Vice-President of the Dubai Organising Committee for SportAccord Convention.

President of World Association of Kickboxing Organisations Ennio Falsoni, one of the participants at the tournament, was very impressed with the facilities at Dubai Sports City.

http://www.business24-7.ae/sports/ot...04-26-1.236603
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As I pointed out when this story was first posted, the headline doesn't match the story. Very diplomatic words, but nowhere did he say he is "backing" Qatar's 2022 bid as the headline says.
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Doha is close to 3 countries capitals with total population more than 25 million you dont understand ??
So you are 5.
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Luxembourg borders countries with 160 million people (and rest of the Europe is just as near) and it is connected to them with high speed highways and railways. Should they host it?
yes they can win 2018 but I think England is much closer to 2018 anyway we are not bidding with them we are bidding for 2022 coz Qatar of countries will vote for England 2018.
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The headline doesn't match the story I'm afraid.
you never hear about the deal between Bin Hamam and Mr Blatter
supporting Qatar file so Bin Hamam not thinking about Blatter position
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you never hear about the deal between Bin Hamam and Mr Blatter
supporting Qatar file so Bin Hamam not thinking about Blatter position
So now you are openly admitting that your bid is based on corruption?
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So now you are openly admitting that your bid is based on corruption?
corruption ! well I dont know what Mr Blatter called it or Brasilian President I guess they call it partnership and public realtionship to serve their countries business.
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OH since we are talking about the thread title, may we please change it to 2022 bid instead of 2018/2022 bid ? please ?

In other news, Yesterday in the Emir Cup final, Alrayyan won the cup after scoring 1-0 to Umm Salal, here are some pictures from the match.

Players in Game.


Notice all the Arab flags in the match ? shows support don't you think ?


And off course the Qatari fans of Al-Rayyan


Notice the air conditioners ??? yes air conditioners, these large boxy things.


After the match in celebration of the win

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Qatar son 333 Umm salal fans welcomed the brasilian president why your team fans didnt do it ?
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Zakumi, the official mascot of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ in South Africa, is making an appearance in Qatar. This event was at Aspire Dome and was held for the School children of Aspire Academy, After all, they are the future of the Qatari bid.

South Africa’s Ambassador to Qatar, Dr. Vincent T. Zulu, motions to the newly unveiled Zakumi.


Students from Aspire Academy attended the event.


Aspire Academy students participate in a football trivia contest.


Students who answered football trivia questions correctly received prizes.


(Left to Right) Aspire’s Executive Director for International Affairs Andreas Bleicher, South Africa’s Ambassador to Qatar Dr. Vincent T. Zulu, Qatar 2022 Bid Ambassador Coach Bora Milutinovich and Zakumi.
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