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Fabio Capello on Qatar 2022
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Fabio Capello believes moving the 2022 Qatar World Cup finals to January would be logical as a summer tournament would not be viable.
The England head coach knows the temperatures will simply be too hot for players to do anything else but to lounge around the confines of their hotels while not playing.
Capello does not believe the conditions will be conducive towards a happy squad who can relax and step away from the game during free periods.
The Italian is surprised England's bid was dismissed out of hand when hosting a World Cup finals in the British summertime would have provided the perfect environment for the tournament.
However, as Qatar won the bid he believes that holding the tournament in January, when most leagues are on a winter break, would be the most viable option.
"It will not be easy for the players to stay all day in the hotel - you can't run around the hotel," explained Capello.
"It's a big problem, not only for the training. You have to spend the time, all the day in the hotel, you can't go around to relax, to do something different.
"When you stay together for a long time you need to relax to do something different, not only training or playing.
"That's why I think it would be a good idea to play in January or February.
"I believe our country has submitted a bid where they would like to organise and host the World Cup in June/July and they have actually presented also the solution for the heat challenges.
"Our country is ready and willing to host a very comfortable World Cup in the summer season.
"The month of January is a sort of dead season, most of the leagues in Europe are suspended, they are not playing during that time.
"It's not going to affect, practically, the leagues or the clubs if they played the World Cup in January."
Nah mate u cant have games in the summer thats stoping the priemer leauge Pre Season game's going ahead which people say arnt important well they are because its getting players comming back from the break used to competitive football again no matter what way you look at it it's ludacris if this goes ahead i mean what bout FA cup matches Champions league matches none of this can take place correctly if this is given the go ahead Boycott!!!!!
Posted 14:54 29th December 2010
Boycotting the World Cup would be catastrophic for any future bids and would be very detrimental to the England team playing in the tournament (we all know that England wouldn't withdraw their place!). I agree with Fabio - granted, it doesn't make sense to anyone as to why it's being held in Qatar but now the focus needs to be on WHEN it is held and doing it in January makes sense. There's plenty time during the rest of the season (and even over part of summer) to fit in the rescheduled games in England and most other countries have winter breaks already so I don't see any real problems.
Posted 14:20 29th December 2010
since when was ther a 6 week straight winter break does this guy even know wat he sounds like !!!!!
Posted 12:51 29th December 2010
Hold on a second. I thought Quatar were chosen to host the world cup on the principal that they could stage the worlds biggest tournament in its current arrangement? Rather than having to rearragne the entire footballing callendar for most of the teams entering the tournamet. I cant help but feel that it is completly laughable that FIFA didn't stop and think what the conditions were going to be like, rather they were blinded by their insane desire to create a footballing legacy, rather than a half decent world cup. FIFA is a joke, and needs to get its act together before it trys to tell us how and when to stage a world cup.
Posted 12:37 29th December 2010
exactly right ian... "we'd have to qualify first" thats is looking like a mission of its own.. none of the players deserve to be there they have no passion for football just a passion for a large wage cheque. its time for the youngs'uns to cum up and put some pride back into the country
Posted 11:47 29th December 2010
If we truly beleive that the world cup voting was rigged or staged which resulted in it being anything but a fair contest, then we as a nation have no other option but to boycott these tournaments upon principle. You cannot alledge these facts without an appropriate response as then you discredit your own allegations and in turn you lose any respect you may still have.
Posted 11:18 29th December 2010
Qatar will be too hot for a tournament in the summer, but rather than play in Jan and lose the best part of our season when so many games are played so close together that we sort the men from the boys, let's just boycott the damn thing altogether! It would send a message to FIFA too. Of course, we'd have to qualify first anyway!
Posted 09:41 29th December 2010
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