National team coaches will have only one week to prepare for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (amidst football today). So, among the football news coming out of the global championship, players will only have one week to train for the 2022 Qatar World Cup, according to leaked UEFA documents obtained by L’Equipe.
Players Will Only Have One Week to Train for the 2022 Qatar World Cup
According to a French newspaper, clubs will only release players to their World Cup national teams from November 14 onwards.
But the competition, in Qatar, will already begin on November 21, giving players only a week’s window for their preparation.
On the other hand, the 2022 World Cup and conclude on December 18 in the United Arab Emirates.
This will be the first time that FIFA will be holding the World Cup in the winter. This was a scheduling solution that one of the world’s warmest countries hosting the event led to being necessitated.
As a result, though, the Champions League will also move forward, beginning on September 6 and ending in early November.
The decision to host the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has already sparked much debate and outrage. Players and fans alike are calling to ban the World Cup this time due to Qatar conducting human rights’ violations.
Deaths during the construction of the stadium, the decided upon venue, don’t help the host country’s dismal human rights record.
And now, if FIFA confirm the scant one-week training time that qualified national teams may suffer, matters could get worse.
There have been complaints about the schedule adjustment in the ongoing group stage of the World Cup already.