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Qatar will host 2022, asserts Blatter

A defiant Fifa President Sepp Blatter declared there was no moving the 2022 World Cup from Qatar, despite widespread concerns about the bidding process that took the tournament to the Middle East for the first time. "2022, it is Qa

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Qatar 2022 probe report delayed till Sept

An investigation into the decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar, initially scheduled for completion this month, is only likely to be finished in September, Fifa said in a statement. &n

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World Cup to boost Qatar tourists to 3.7m

The Fifa World Cup will drive the number of tourist arrivals in Qatar per year to between 1.7 and 3.7 million by 2022, up from 900,000 currently, said a top official. The World Cup would contribute 10 per cent growth to the value of the re

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Qatar ‘will host 2022 World Cup alone’

Qatar will stage the 2022 World Cup finals alone without seeking help from neighbouring  countries, the president of the United Arab Emirates Football  Association Mohamed Khalfan al-Rumaithi said on Thursday. "Nobody came out fr

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World Cup games in other Gulf states sought

Bahrain and other Gulf countries should be hosting games as part of the 2022 football World Cup in Qatar, said Prince Ali of Jordan. He said Qatar's neighbours should be allowed to stage some of the matches, following concerns about it

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UK urges firms to grab Qatar World Cup business

The British government brushed off its disappointment at England missing out on hosting the World Cup on Friday, urging its firms to seize lucrative business opportunities offered by Qatar hosting the tournament in 2022. England lost out t

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FC Barcelona coach for Qatar 2022 Bid

The legendary FC Barcelona coach, Josep Guardiola, will become an ambassador for the Qatar 2022 Bid, Qatar’s bid to host the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East. Guardiola, whose team won the 2009 UEFA Champions League, spent two years

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