Does Qatar Stadium Which Would Host World Cup 2022 Resemble The Female Anatomy?

Qatar’s soccer stadium at a distance of 12 miles from Doha is getting prepared for hosting the World Cup 2022. The stadium with 40,000 seating capacity is almost ready. Only interiors, roof, and facades are in progress. The stadium is expected to complete by 2019 as mentioned by Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and legacy. It was announced that the energy center of the stadium is fully completed. Hard landscaping and pending infrastructure is progressing.

As soon as the unveiling pictures of the stadium were out, the fans immediately observed the pinkish stadium in resemblance to a female body part. Soon, the internet was flooded with female genitalia memes and tweets pertaining to the stadium. The Al Wakrah stadium is designed by late Dame Zaha Hadid, a British Iraqi architect who passed away in 2016. She is popular for designing the Guangzhou opera house in China, Italy’s MAXXI museum and the aquatics center for London Olympics 2012. She was in the list of Times’s 100 most influential people in 2010.
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For The Qatar’s Hospitality Sector World Cup 2022 Is Defining Moment

At the present time attracting more and more number of international tourists in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022 will be one of the top priorities of the hospitality sector. The reason is they are taking an important role before this global sporting event. The key strategy of most of the popular hotels in the country at the time was surrounded around the FIFA World Cup only and this includes promoting Qatar as the primary tourist destination as well as tapping the new markets.

In an interview, the General Manager of The Westin Doha Hotel & Spa, Gianrico Esposito said: “The opportunities that we are seeing at the moment in Qatar are to move beyond the real sources from where we are already getting business to new countries. Targeting those countries that don’t have any knowledge about Qatar and its prime destinations. It is creating curiosity among people to collect more information about the country. This way, we attract the attention of international media. This will support us to promote the country as the popular tourist destination and its state-of-the-art development and facilities.”
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ENVOY: FOOTBALL CAN STRENGTHEN RELATIONS BETWEEN INDIA AND PARAGUAY

The ambassador of Paraguay in India, Fleming Duarte, has said that the love for football can strengthen the relations between both countries aside the regular ties that bind them such as trade.

Duarte was interacting with members of the Merchants Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI). Whilst speaking on cultural and people-to-people exchanges, the envoy said particularly the “love for football” can create bridges of friendship between his host city and his native. He called on Indian business men and women to consider making investments in Paraguay.
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China has once again failed to qualify for a FIFA World Cup

When it comes to qualifying for a FIFA World Cup, China has historically struggled trying to accomplish this task as the last time that they managed to do it was back on 2002 and have ever since then not been able to secure their qualifying ticket.


For the 2018 edition of the FIFA World Cup, the Chinese national side were pitted in group A of the AFC section where they had compete along the likes of: Qatar, Uzbekistan, Syria, South Korea and Iran.

 

In 10 qualifying matches, China could only collect 12 points which was not enough to snatch a spot in one of the coveted spots that would allow them to qualify and actually compete in the approaching 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The national sides that did indeed manage to secure the qualifying spots from this group were: Iran, South Korea and Syria.

Despite not being able to qualify, the head coach of the China national side Marcello Lippi has recently talked about his team and the improvement that they have been going through, from the looks of it, the Italian manager appears to be fairly optimistic of his team. (more…)

Russian supporters about the cost of the tickets

There is a concern among the Russian supporters about the cost of the tickets of the matches of the upcoming World Cup because the costs of the upper classes of tickets are too high for most of them.


The tickets of World Cup matches are divided into four classes. The first three classes are there to be bought by anyone, but, the last class which is the fourth class belongs to the Russian nationals and only they can buy them.

The thing with that fourth class of tickets is that their cost is significantly lesser in comparison to that of the upper classes and it’s been introduced with the sole purpose of facilitating the people of the moderate income group of Russia to go and watch the matches live from the stadium. (more…)

FIFA has sparked life back to Argentina’s 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification

Argentina’s quest of qualifying for the 2018 edition of the FIFA World Cup is not going as smooth as it’s supporters wanted it and expected it to be as they are currently positioned at the 5th spot after 14 qualification matches with 22 points from all those games.


Argentina is competing in the CONMEBOL group which consists of: Brazil, Colombia, Uruguay, Chile, Argentina, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Bolivia and Venezuela. There are a total of 10 national sides competing for a top 4 spot that can allow them to directly qualify for the next edition of the FIFA World Cup.

Despite having top players including: Messi, Dybala, Mascherano, Pastore and Higuain, Argentina has suffered shocking results and their latest one was when Argentina lost 0-2 against Bolivia.

In this defeat against Bolivia, Messi was believed to have verbally abused the referee of that game which ultimately saw him receiving a 4 match suspension which would see the star of Barcelona being unable to play in any of Argentina’s remaining qualification matches. (more…)