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Your World Cup questions, answered

Source The draw has already happened, setting the field for the interesting matches. However, the list is still incomplete. Although we know that the tournament will take place in Qatar, there are still essential parts of the puzzle missing. Therefore, football enthusiasts have so many questions on their minds. In this post, we answer the most common questions about this year’s World Cup. When will the event take place? The tournament begins on 21 November with up to four matches…
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Can France successfully defend their World Cup title in Qatar?

France are the reigning World Cup champions, having won the tournament in 2018. The next World Cup will be held in Qatar in 2022, and France is looking to defend their title. Will they be successful? France's success in 2018 was largely due to the fact that they played as a team rather than relying on one player, even though they had some of the best players in the world on their roster. Their defence was especially strong, and their…
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Which teams have the best World Cup records – and how will they fare in Qatar?

It’s great to have a World Cup on the horizon, and in these difficult times, we all wish that every international rivalry could be so easily settled in 90 minutes on the field of play. The biggest tournament of them all is one in which form only counts for so much. There are some teams that always seem to bring their best to the World Cup. Let’s check which of them have the best records and how their chances are…
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Will the 2022 Qatar World Cup be “built on the blood of innocents?”

As construction work begins on the first stadium for Qatar 2022 and ahead of a European Parliament hearing in Brussels on Thursday, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy of Qatar (SCDLQ) has issued a press release regarding another worker’s charter – this one called “Workers’ Welfare Standards.” The charter was immediately blasted by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) as reinforcing the system of forced labour in place in the oil-rich fiefdom and doing nothing to prevent further avoidable…
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