FIFA President Gianni Infantino said on Friday he was “optimistic” about organising the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with 48 teams instead of 32 but warned that it would be “not easy”.
Simona Halep won five games in a row in the deciding set of an astonishing match against Elina Svitolina in Doha on Friday to power through to the Qatar Open final.
ISTANBUL Fifa President Gianni Infantino said on Friday he was "optimistic" about organising the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with 48 teams instead of 32 but warned that it would be "not easy".
They are: former DCI boss Ndegwa Muhoro (Malaysia), former Ainamoi MP Benjamin Lang’at (Namibia), Lt-Gen (Rtd) Johnson Kimani Ondiek (Turkey), Ms Sarah Serem (China), Mr Paddy Ahenda (Qatar), Mr Nicholas Ogego (Saudi Arabia), Mr Chris Mburu (South Sudan), and Lt-Gen (Rtd) Samuel Thuita (Israel).
“I am not that naive to overlook the political situation as well in the region,” said Fifa president Gianni Infantino about the situation in Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup, while adding that “football can work miracles sometimes”.
ENDLESS WARS U.S. officials have held several rounds of talks with the Taliban in Qatar since last year in what is widely seen as the most serious bid for peace in the 17-year war.
No assessment was available for Syria, Libya, or “particularly opaque” states such as Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, it said.
Wozniacki the latest to pull out of injury-hit Qatar Open The Commission’s Public Relations Officer, Fabian Yame disclosed this to newsmen on Yesterday, in Jalingo, the state capital.
Key growth drivers in 2018 were the US with 2.24 mb/d, along with Canada, Russia, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Ghana and the UK, while Mexico, Norway and Vietnam showed the largest declines.
Three-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber came from a set down on Thursday to reach the Qatar Open semi-finals, in a match lasting more than two hours.