Iran's Persepolis club coach, Yahya Ghoul Mohammadi, expressed his admiration and admiration for the stadiums Qatar built to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, indicating that it would benefit all Asian countries.
Persepolis tops Group C in the group stage of the AFC Champions League soccer tournament currently hosted by Doha on the three stadiums that have officially opened among the eight stadiums that will host the World Cup.
"I had the opportunity as a player and now as a coach to go around the world, but I have never seen football fields with such magnificence and advanced technologies, and I think that these stadiums will benefit all countries of the Asian continent, not just Qatar," Mohammadi said.
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In a new test of the 2022 World Cup Qatar facilities pic.twitter.com/wIQPrNuxd1
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He added, "No country other than Qatar has been able to show so much courage to host the AFC Champions League competitions."
The Persepolis coach also expressed his gratitude to everyone who contributed to the return of football competitions again, wishing that the countries of Asia would learn from Qatar's experience, and that everyone would work to strengthen efforts to support football in the continent.
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