Secret meetings in FIFA to deprive Qatar of the 2022 World Cup
The Sun newspaper reported yesterday that the International Football Association is holding secret meetings to discuss the possibility of denying Qatar to organize the World Cup 2022 after a long series of scandals associated with the large file of the World Cup.
The International Football Association (FIFA) is holding secret consultative meetings to discuss the possibility of Qatar being banned from organizing the 2022 World Cup after a long series of major scandals linked to the World Cup.
Al-San said the French police investigated the former UEFA president and the famous and famous international football star Michel Platini for corruption and buying votes linked to the World Cup. The International Federation has seriously considered the possibility of awarding the World Cup to an alternative country.
Platini was released after hearing him in the case being investigated. The British newspaper said the English fans still hoped that England could organize the World Cup instead of Qatar if the International Federation decided to do so.
England lost to Russia in the 2018 World Cup, while America is against Qatar. But the United States won the right to organize the World Cup 2026, boosting the hopes of the English in the 2022 edition.
The French financial prosecutor's office, which specializes in the investigation of financial crimes and corruption, has been investigating since 2016 the process of granting Qatar the right to host the 2022 World Cup. Investigators are looking into possible offenses, including personal corruption, conspiracy and exploitation of influence.