While the 2022 FIFA World Cup continues to draw nearer with each day that passes, there are a lot of things to look forward to,like someone that’s related or affiliated with the beautiful game of football. As a footballer, the competition, being the biggest one in football, is one to look forward to playing in and there’s every reason to keep preparing for it, including trying to train and prepare for possible opportunities to secure participation in the competition next year. Coaches will also be loping forward to the competition as they would oversee getting the players and squads ready for their showdown campaigns next year.
And as a fan, you’re also not left out. There are many things to also look forward to as a fan and it starts from the beautiful stadiums that will be hosting the matches next year. The idea of also traveling to the host country would prove to be one adventure that could promise to be an enticing and exciting one. And then there is the idea of watching a competition that has the very best football players from across the world in one tournament. Continue reading HOW WOULD RONALDO AND MESSI PERFORM IN QATAR NEXT YEAR?→
Former Barcelona defender Dani Alves has revealed that he holds dearly a dream to play in the FIFA World Cup tournament next year in Qatar as he looks to add another trophy to his already-illustrious trophy cabinet.
With the FIFA World Cup tournament drawing nearer, there are a lot of reasons for football players to put it at the back of their mind that they need to impress the head coaches of their country’s national teams. They are well aware of the fact that they would need to be at their best level in order to earn their spot with their teams in the competition next year. With the Euros currently ongoing and featuring some of the best players across the European continent, there is a platform for a couple of those stars to impress their coaches so they can have a great chance of being a part of the team next year.
The Copa America is also currently ongoing and it features some of the best talents in the world from the southern part of America. These players who are currently on a journey to help their country to win the competition also have it in their minds that that putting in a very strong and convincing performance in the competition will be the very first step to earning a call-up to their country’s FIFA World Cup squad in 2022. Continue reading PLAYERS LOOKING TO PERFORM WELL AT THE EUROS→
There are three unbeaten teams in the South American section of the World Cup 2022 qualifiers at the end of the fifth round of games. The unbeaten teams are Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. While it’s not surprising that both Argentina and Brazil are unbeaten after the first five set of games, the same can’t be said of Paraguay.
Paraguay are surprisingly without defeat in the first five games in the South American region of the World Cup 2022 qualifiers though four of those games ended in a stalemate. Their unbeaten run has propelled them into one of the four automatic qualification slots ahead of the World Cup 2022 tournament in the Asian country of Qatar at the end of next year. They will face their biggest test yet in the qualifiers when they welcome Brazil to Asuncion on Tuesday. Continue reading UNBEATEN PARAGUAY FACE BRAZIL TEST→
As each year goes by, we continue to get reminded that the time for football legends Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to hang their boots is drawing nearer. The two superstars have been the very heartbeat of football over the last decades and have shown a lot of times over and over that they are Teo of the best players in their generation, and possibly, in the history of the game itself.
Just last week, Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo revealed that the 2022 FIFA World Cup which will be played in Qatar will be the last of the tournament he will be participating in. The Portuguese forward said he may continue his football career after then but assured that he will not be playing in another World Cup tournament after that. Continue reading QATAR 2022 SHOULD BE MESSI’S LAST WORLD CUP→