The dates for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have now been revealed.

The FIFA president Gianni Infantino has confirmed the dates as this World Cup in Russia nears its end.

We are now going to go from one of the best ever World Cups, to a total charade that makes no sense at all.

As previously indicated, this 2022 World Cup will be played in the middle of the Premier League season (and of course many/most other leagues around the World).

The tournament will kick off on 21 November 2022 and then end with the final on 18 December 2022.

People had talked about this timing for the 2022 World Cup meaning a month in the middle of the big (especially European) leagues.

However, surely the reality is that it will be so much more than that.

National squads are normally preparing for a World Cup for around a month after the domestic seasons finish, then players who have taken part in the World Cup (and European Championships) usually get extra recovery time afterwards before rejoining their clubs’ pre-season training late.

For Premier League clubs, the reality will surely be that their World Cup players wouldn’t be able to play from sometime in October 2022 until January 2023.

They surely won’t keep running the league seasons at the same time as a World Cup, so weeks/months will have to be added to the start and/or end of league seasons to accommodate this joke of a World Cup in Qatar. This then impacts on the timings/scheduling of the 2021/22 and/or 2023/24 league seasons.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino revealed the dates for the 2022 World Cup whilst congratulating those responsible for the current tournament:

“For a couple of years I have been saying this (Russia 2018) will be the best World Cup ever and today I can say that with conviction – it is the best World Cup ever.

“I would like to thank everyone.

“The main actors are on the pitch – the players, referees and coaches – but, of course, there are also all those who have worked to make sure everything has worked smoothly, the Russians.

“A big thank you to the Russian government and the Russian President Vladimir Putin, the local organising committee, the Russian Football Union, the volunteers, the heart and smile of the World Cup, all those people, more than 100,000, who helped in one capacity or another.”



  • Monkseaton Magpies

    When the African nations cup takes place the Premier league does to so there is no way they will take a six week break during the season. Spurs will just have to get on with it play the squad players. Will not affect us as Southgate hates Newcastle like all the others.

    • MichaelMaximusMoose

      Over ยฃ60 a pop for tops, get yourself down & buy a dozen help boost the transfer budget
      ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        Never worn one ever perhaps a little badge as it’s not my scene that
        never felt the need.

    • Wor Lass

      You must have great confidence in Gareth as you`re clearly assuming he`ll still be there in 4 years time. I knew you were a fan.

      • Monkseaton Magpies

        Not a fan at all but he seems to suit the fat men at Lancaster gate.

        • Geordieguy

          Fat? Talk about fat ashley’s ideal for cooking

    • Ram Kishore

      Are u comparing World cup with African nations cup..
      World cup represents and played for many nations and world wide audience.
      Dont forget PL is just one league and it won’t be a attractive league without those world cup stars..
      Sometimes i like your positivity but what u r saying will not happen and it’s a bit fantasical

      • Geordiegiants

        Positivity??????????????!!!!!
        What planet are you from?

        • Ram Kishore

          He’s position is positivistic and i can’t complain off it..
          He’s entitled to what he believes.. he has a positive attitude to how the club is run.
          Everyone’s position is relative. I cant force someone to have my views.. i can tell them my views but nothing more
          Cheers

          • Geordiegiants

            You are positively bonker kid!

          • Ram Kishore

            Oh.. thanks for the diagnosis grandpa

    • SuperDesHamilton

      How will it affect your team with young & Jones playing at the World Cup

  • MichaelMaximusMoose

    They had no option, my old man worked in Saudi for 2 years & he said some players would die if they didn`t play between end of Oct to end of Jan
    look like he was on the ball

    • steve

      The option was don’t hold the tournament in a ridiculous location with no real football interest or heritage, no infrastructure and no capability to host in the summer.

      • Wor Lass

        Not to mention slave labour building the stadia.

        • Geordiegiants

          10 times worse than the Don, I bet we wonโ€™t get the sad tossers that weโ€™re in town campaigning, doing the same regards this issue.

          • Wor Lass

            Can you say that again in English – are you on the juice already?

          • Geordiegiants

            Iโ€™ve rewrote it for you ๐Ÿ˜€.

          • glassjawsh-got-banned

            people protesting a reckless greedy megalomaniac with no regard for most of his constituents but still manages to keep a small portion of happy clapper sycophants who baffling cheer on his every move regardless of how insipid he acts are “sad tossers”? Who else does that sound an AWFUL LOT like they are protesting???

          • Geordiegiants

            Do I sound like a left wing extremist because I voice my opinion on a little website, or would it be ok if I stand like a tosser in the middle of the street shouting and balling at someone that canโ€™t hear me.

          • glassjawsh-got-banned

            organized protests are the reason we have 99% of the rights we do. just because you can’t be bothered doesn’t mean you should hold it against those who can!

          • MichaelMaximusMoose

            why don`t they protest about China, Russia, Saudi etc as they all have appalling records on human rights

          • glassjawsh-got-banned

            because no one has time to protest literally everything that’s wrong in the world. I like beer, but I can’t drink every kind (though God help me I’ve tried) because I have other things to do in order to live.

          • MichaelMaximusMoose

            So protest against a duly elected President of the United States but haven`t got time to protest against Dictators and murderous regimes.
            Wonderful

          • Geordiegiants

            Exactly MMM. Yeah he isnโ€™t the most pleasant of people, but he is elected.

          • Wor Lass

            He`s a racist, bigoted moron and a bully who publicly mocked a handicapped journalistover the way he spoke. he`s also an alleged sexual predator. But he is the President of, allegedly, our most powerful ally so he has to be dealt with, unfortunately.

          • TheNutJob

            if he was on here he`d be saying “Mike`s doing a great job”
            ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

          • Geordiegiants

            He was voted in by the majority of people in the most powerful country in the world, are you suggesting the majority of the biggest and most powerful country are all of the above?

          • TheNutJob

            Oohhhhhh work lass
            ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ 
            ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

          • Geordiegiants

            ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿฅ„

          • Wor Lass

            No, i`m saying he is. i`ve done lots of travelling in the USA over the years and always found American people to be friendly and generous.

          • Geordiegiants

            They voted for him and chose what they seen as the best option. I would say May is a bigger tool than Trump, I wish he was handling our Brexit.

          • Wor Lass

            I`d say the vote was as much against Clinton as for him.

          • TheNutJob

            it was against the system & it`s happening all over Europe

          • Geordiegiants

            Itโ€™s happening all over the world really. Everyone is sick of the elite and their greed.

          • glassjawsh-got-banned

            sick of the elite and their greed… better elect a billionaire who has never given a fart about anyone but himself to sort that out…

          • Geordiegiants

            Thatโ€™s the thing though, ELECTED is the word used. Yeah he is a billionaire, but he is still a person of the people, I dont particularly like him, how can you? But as Iโ€™ve said before, he is doing things for the working class American people. He is creating jobs for the every day person, their economy is improving. He is sorting out the immigration problem, which everyone around the world is getting sick and tired of. His delivery is appalling but itโ€™s works, simple as that.

          • Geordiegiants

            There is also that yes, but they wanted change, and he has no fear in changing things. He may be a bit daft in his delivery, but he certainly gets things done.

          • TheNutJob

            wor kids served with them when he was in the army he loves Americans

          • Keeganontherebound

            For the record, Trump actually lost the popular vote. More people voted for Clinton. He boasts about sexually molesting women, rambles about how wonderful he is and reads out poems comparing immigrants to snakes. It feels like a hell of a step backwards to have someone like that in the White House – thatโ€™s why people are protesting: youโ€™ve got to draw the line somewhere.

          • Geordieguy

            Sorry he wasn’t. Clinton got a much higher percentage of the popular vote but the USA has an even weirder system than we do

          • Lhc#Freetommyrobinson

            He is trying to make the world a better place and putting America and it’s people first, unlike our corrupt establishment. Thats all im going to say on this subject, things to do.

          • Lhc#Freetommyrobinson

            One more thing before I go, he’s trying to flush out corruption in governments across the globe and doing a decent job so far.

          • Wor Lass

            There are lots of protests against all sorts of things – including muslims against IS – that the media doesn`t bother to tell us about. Get one rather pathetic baby Trump balloon and a couple of hundred people and it`s all over the shop.

          • Geordiegiants

            I would guess they are very small and insignificant those sorts of rallies.

          • Wor Lass

            Just copied this from the net (makes me feel a bit like lee ryder): “The British newspaper The Independent reported that more than 10 000 Muslims marched on Sunday, 1 October through London protesting against the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) and terrorism”. 10,000 isn`t really small and insignificant but not much of the media covered it. I don`t think it featured on BBC.

          • Lhc#Freetommyrobinson

            The independent make up fairy stories.

          • Wor Lass

            That`s good – a Tommy Robinson supporter telling me about fairy stories!

          • Lhc#Freetommyrobinson

            ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ’ค no deny of the fairy story from the independent in reply just the usual tommy reference. This is when people have nothing constructive to say. Your boring as fo0k mate. I’m busy in London today, won’t respond to any more shyte you speak. Like alot of others on here. Goodbye.

          • Wor Lass

            What need have I got to deny anything, you pleb? I`ve commented on an article in a national newspaper and given you the date. There`s only one person in denial here.

          • Lhc#Freetommyrobinson

            ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚pleb eh here’s the standard insults. You wouldn’t say it to me face trust me. Ain’t got time for the likes of you or most on here, keyboard warriors that’s all. Goodbye.

          • Geordiegiants

            Or Clarko ha ha๐Ÿ‘.
            I donโ€™t beleive it for one minute, there is no way that happened and it wasnโ€™t publicised. I know a lot of Muslims, a lot. I know their views and they know mine. Their views are very slightly less extreme than Daesh. Sharia law for example teaches the exact hardline approach that they fight for without the PUBLIC extremism.

          • Wor Lass

            I wonder who mocked up the photographs and invented the interviews?

          • Geordiegiants

            These newspapers make up what they want, always have and always will. Im sick and tired of the propaganda. I donโ€™t think I wished this on anyone else before, but I just wished Jabba was dead. He is the cause of 95% of the football related belligerence on here, the rest is just all views and opinions, i.e Mitro and calling the inbreds and the usual regurgitated transfer shyte. There doesnโ€™t seem to be a lot else goes on, apart from the old racist card is played against anyone with a different opinion to the left wing, then that goes quiet and itโ€™s back to the beginning. So if a March with 10,000 more dickheads was going on Iโ€™m sure we would hear about it nationally as itโ€™s the same with them, nothing else to report on.

          • Wor Lass

            I don`t agree with everything you say but you`re right about Jabba. If we had proper football matters to talk about we wouldn`t be dickering about Trump or any other politicians.

          • Geordieguy

            I looked into getting an ashley balloon made up but there’s not enough helium in the world

          • glassjawsh-got-banned

            If you don’t take to the streets for EVERYTHING then you stand for NOTHING is a lazy strawman argument. You’re smarter than that.

          • TheNutJob

            he`s right, you`re wrong. the most important protest should be against dictators, not our friends

          • glassjawsh-got-banned

            Donald Trump is not your friend, lol. He only cares about billionaires and right wing nutters

          • TheNutJob

            He`s got the biggest armed forces in the world and leads Nato against all foreign enemies, he better be a friend or we`re in trouble

        • Ram Kishore

          Qatar has many things wrong and this is one thing..
          Still no news of that corruption scandal on Fifa and corresponding investigations

          • TheNutJob

            buried under a 1,000,000 tons of sand

      • TheNutJob

        see Fifa on that 1

      • LA toon

        No alcohol sold at stadiums, however drinking areas to be sited miles from the stadiums. Also if FIFA increases the number of qualifying teams, there are not enough venues and Saudi has been mentioned to host one or more groups. A total farce to line the pockets of FIFA officials.

      • TheNutJob

        what they have got is unlimited $ which a fair portion will be floating around Fifa officials secret bank accounts

      • glassjawsh-got-banned

        you could say 95% of that about the United States… and we still got 2 world cups over 22 years!

        • MichaelMaximusMoose

          Money !

        • WildBill

          32 years

          • glassjawsh-got-banned

            you’re right, blame my public american education…

    • Graham Chapman

      Yep, I’ve worked all over the Gulf but its still unbearable even in their winter, and as for trying to provide aircon for a 50,000 stadium, they must be kidding. Who’s won the world cup after that? The Sahara?

      • MichaelMaximusMoose

        reports are that every stadium will have air con and that lot are spending over $50 billion

        • Graham Chapman

          Well thats the price of our petrol going up at the pumps then pretty sharpish to fund all that aircon.

          • MichaelMaximusMoose

            As Nutty say`s below there will be millions in Fifa accounts it`s still rotten to the core

      • 1957

        I visited Doha in December a couple of years ago, it was ‘only’ around 30C but there was a dry warm wind blowing that made it difficult to breathe. Players who are involved will probably need a couple of months afterwards to recover, it’s a really hostile environment.

        • Leazes.

          I remember the first time getting off a plane there for transfer and the steps led down past the huge engine and I thought blimey you can really feel the heat…. a few more steps and I realised it wasn’t the heat from the engine.

  • glassjawsh-got-banned

    Right so, a large number of leagues (who run a spring to fall season because of weather) have their seasons disrupted by the world cup every cycle and no one bats an eye, but JUST ONCE the EPL’s season will be disrupted and suddenly it’s a disgrace. Grow up, Jim.

    • MichaelMaximusMoose

      well said, to much selfishness with the EPL

    • Tony English

      That may be so, no argument there….

      โ€ฆ.but when it was put to the vote, the information that a Qatar World Cup would be scheduled November/December should have been revealed, as opposed to guff about air conditioned stadia.

      The votes (selfish or not) should have been cast with this information fully disclosed.

      • glassjawsh-got-banned

        it should have been implied that you can’t run up and down a pitch for 90 minutes when it’s 148 degrees out

        • Tony English

          Your right, you can’t.

          And when that was questioned they brought out the mock up pics of the fully airconditioned space age stadia they were going to build, the players would be inside cool as cucumbers.

  • Christopher Edwards

    If all of the other clubs lose their world cup players that year, assuming we are still in the Premier League, I think we might have a chance of winning it. Bring it on!!!!!

    • MichaelMaximusMoose

      Good point Chris

    • Leazes.

      No that is stupid.

    • Geordieguy

      Grasping at straws there aren’t you ?

  • ghostrider

    It’ll just so happen that we won’t qualify and I’d hazard a guess that we won’t be the only European nation faltering (most likely by design).

    • Wor Lass

      You read some of the stuff on here and think, “That`s as stupid as it can get”. Then you come along …

      • TheNutJob

        ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

        • Wor Lass

          Read Geordiegiants comment down below then come back to me if you can make any sense of it at all!

          • TheNutJob

            i read it before, he`s drunk

          • Leazes.

            Think I’ve just realised who he is.

          • Geordiegiants

            Howare then Leazes who?

          • Geordiegiants

            ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ

      • ghostrider

        You think it’s not possible?

  • Graham Chapman

    Great news! We’ll have none of our squad there anyway so we get a nice long winter break whilst the rest of the Prem will come back knackered.

    • Duh

      according to many on here, we’ll be in league 1 by then so it won’t effect us…

      • Geordiegiants

        Nah your on the mag now man, not ALS.

    • Leazes.

      Yes the new winter break is in operation too.

    • shellington

      I admire your optimism, I have my doubts Newcastle United will be gracing the premier league in 2022.

  • MichaelMaximusMoose

    Meanwhile over at the Ronnie, Ryder is still saying we bid ยฃ20m for Plea even though Nice denied this
    Unbelievable

    • Duh

      Apparently if it’s in the chronicle, it’s proof that it’s true

      • Tony English

        Ask Clarkoโ€ฆ

        (see our argument with him on the “Rafa Benitez gives Kenedy a special welcome back via his own personal website” article)..

        Clarko has “information” because The Chronicle “has history of providing credible and factual reports” HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

        So that ยฃ20million bid is 100% accurate, and dam n anyone that questions them!!

        • Geordiegiants

          Heโ€™s a belta Clarko, Iโ€™ve blocked Mugpie, but I think that Clarko is a real life person, he has got some real issues and they are funny as fock.

          • Duh

            Yes, experienced that yesterday

          • Wezza

            Mugpie and Clarko are the two brothers who troll here daily to wind people up. They’re not nufc fans they have MUFC season tickets. Best to block them.

          • Geordiegiants

            Nah thereโ€™s worse than Clarko, you think Bobbi is a Lee?

          • Tony English

            Whoever he is I don’t really care.

            But hopefully it’s clear now (as proved by anyone who looks at that thread) I am certainly not him.

            Maybe I use the odd big word spelt correctly, and (brackets) and I ague my point to the ‘enth degree…so I can see why some would see a similar pattern…but his opinions are hor se shi t (as maybe mine are!).

          • Geordiegiants

            Must of been Leazes calling you Clarko, he thinks everyone is a spy.

          • Tony English

            Spot on. He thinks I have the microfilm comrade….this message will self destruct in five second.

          • Geordiegiants

            Thatโ€™s a good day for Leazes. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚

          • Leazes.

            funlovingexpress

          • Geordiegiants

            Is he another alias?

          • Leazes.

            You tell me

          • Geordiegiants

            Iโ€™ve no idea, you have all our heads spangled with these conspiracy theoryโ€™s. ๐Ÿคฏ

          • TheNutJob

            ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Tony English

      Ryder is the inside man, he knows everything, he’s deep throat.

  • Jate Legend

    I would’ve included the bit of the quote where he confirmed it. Otherwise the article doesn’t have a source

  • Graham Chapman

    Why has my post been rejected?

    • Leazes.

      Because you used a banned word….. just use an asterisk for a vowel that may help.

      • Graham Chapman

        I typed “pis*ed off” without the asterisk, then realised and then edited it with the asterisk inserted. Still banned. I copied and pasted my comment onto FB, no issues. Only the Queens English allowed on this site. Who is the Mag affiliated with, North Korea?!

        • Leazes.

          No Disqus is American.

          • Graham Chapman

            If that’s the case then its even more ridiculous, “pi*sed” just means “angry”.

          • Leazes.

            Take it up with the US embassy.

          • Graham Chapman

            Yep, I bluming will do, the bunch of arsefaces, as far as I”m concerned they can flip off

          • TheNutJob

            pi$$ed off, are you

          • TheNutJob

            ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

        • Geordiegiants

          No an even worse dictator than him………..
          Mike Ashley!

    • Geordiegiants

      This platform is horrendous. You canโ€™t use our former managers name for argument sake, the thing above your b allโ€™s. You canโ€™t use that word either.

    • paul mclaughlan

      You can say bastards.

  • Philippines

    Don’t forget lads, it’s just a game…. to the money making crooks.

  • TheNutJob

    nee transfer news then, the mag lads must be waiting for Ryder to start the ball rolling on some more dodgy bid`s
    ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • shellington

    Why the British people, noted for their sense of decency and fair play put up with being part of corrupt organisations like FIFA God only knows. Like the EU I guess it’s in the interests of those running our organisations so they can get their snouts stuck in the trough.

    • Leazes.

      The EU isn’t as corrupt as Westminster the recipient of more power!
      Its lawmaking is largely egalitarian unlike London, there is a fairness in a commonwealth of states which is lacking in the southern structured neo feudalism of archaic governance.

      • Weyhhadaway

        Howay man Leazes, ya lost most of us with all them big words like. Totally agree with you though, even though I moved to the US and now have Trumpism, now you couldn’t make that s#!? up, could you?

  • Mxpx

    People are saying that this will add to the season .. I don’t see it .. Players are mostly more loyal to their clubs than country I think that the Premier league operates as normal and you get a load of b list players

    • TheNutJob

      you never know on that one, the other night i was of the opinion that the wrong players were on England`s bench, they should have started

  • Paul Patterson

    So they have effectively admitted that it was a corrupt bid.

    • TheNutJob

      they all are

  • Leazes.

    Trump OOT

    • Nut

      Wow first time I have ever agreed with one of your posts!!!

      • Geordiegiants

        ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ

    • TheNutJob

      before or after WW3
      ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Geordiegiants

      Wish he was sorting our Brexit.

      • Leazes.

        Flip-flop fop. America is a nation that hasn’t grown up, and probably never will run by an overinflated baby.

        • TheNutJob

          he comes to europe causes chaos in Nato then comes to the Uk rattles everybody`s cages then goes off for a game of golf
          ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

          • Geordiegiants

            The Scottish love him as well. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

          • TheNutJob

            Mrs Krankie up in jocko land hides when he`s up there

          • Geordiegiants

            Another disgrace running a country, well large City.

        • paul mclaughlan

          My grandad always claimed theyโ€™re a nation of schoolboys.

          • TheNutJob

            my bro served along side them and says they are the salt of the earth,

          • paul mclaughlan

            It was his experiences of them in the Second World War.

          • TheNutJob

            ๐Ÿ‘.

          • Leazes.

            They police a lot of the world…… that makes them the school bully.

          • foggy

            if it weren’t for the yanks in ww2 we’d all be speaking German.

          • Foggy

            Iโ€™d like to see the US tend more toward isolationism. Pull all US troops out of Korea, Japan and everywhere they have them and drop out of NATO. Iโ€™d like to see the EU contend with all the Middle East issues. Letโ€™s face it, it would be a hell of a laugh to watch the place disintegrate. Iโ€™ll back Trump against any of the spineless morons running Europe. Oh aye, Putin would be with the US as he knows which side his bread is buttered.

            Not having a striker would be the least of our problems.

          • Foggy

            If he was old enough, your grandadโ€™s wife was probably saved from servicing the German stormtroopers by the same schoolboys. Doesnโ€™t say much for your grandad does it?

          • paul mclaughlan

            No German soldiers in Newcastle upon Tyne ar5ewipe.

        • Fireman Sam

          Don’t be silly

        • foggy

          Aye and the “overinflated baby” has the American economy roaring along, has created over 3 million jobs since he took office. The spineless buffoons (of all parties) masquerading as politicians at Westminster couldn’t create 3million jobs in the political lifetimes. Just saying like.

      • TheNutJob

        it would be sorted by now, they`d either do the deal or he`d invade them
        ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

        • Geordiegiants

          Ha ha lol. Aye your probably right.

          • TheNutJob

            200,000 plus protesters in London and he tells the press
            most people in the Uk like me
            ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • HarryHype59

    I have a feeling that the Quatar WC will be moved to another country.

    • Paul Patterson

      How so? If it was to be even mooted, another ยฃxxbn would change hands. .

  • Geordieguy

    That’s one way of ensuring qualification for Qatar . Just buy it from fifa and tell loads of lies and hope it gets swept under the carpet at a convenient point

  • Andy Mac

    Considering this choice of WC location was funded by corrupt FIFA officials ( yeah sue me Blatter) it shouldnt be a major surprise if all the FA’s from around the world just said No to this competition in the middle of most countries seasons. Why screw with everything around the world just because some old goat got a backhander ? ๐Ÿค”

    • Fireman Sam

      Goats

  • Fireman Sam

    Considering the corruption around the Quataris bid, it should just be scrapped and moved to England for 2022.

  • grantham mag

    its simple don’t enter the competion

    • Mxpx

      I agree that or send a team of players not required by their clubs or lower level players who put playing for England above their clubs

  • Rich Lawson

    They have no football history,they are building stadiums with no health and safety policy where people regularly die in the construction and get paid f##k all for their time. FIFA cheated to give it to them.Just say no,we and other’s don’t want our home season disrupted. It’s 4 years away,plenty of time to vote again and give it to a country (doesn’t have to be us) who already have the stadiums and infrastructure to do it properly ?

  • Chuck D

    No biggie we’ll be in League 1 by then!