What does each country in Europe need to qualify for the World Cup?

With two rounds to go in the European Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup, the race for the Qatar 2022 seats is starting to heat up. Germany already has its place assured in the next World Cup Getty Images In October, Germany became the first country to reserve its spot, quickly followed by Denmark. This … Read more

Open debate: Who is for and against the World Cup every two years?

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Since FIFA announced the project prepared by Arsène Wenger to make a World Cup every two years instead of four, different actors and protagonists of the world of football raised their voices to either endorse or reject the decision of the highest governing body of world football. Within those actors, we have soccer players, coaches … Read more

Guarded, Ochoa, Messi and Cristiano dream of their fifth World Cup

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The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will have the painful privilege of seeing the farewell to the greatest rivalry in football at the international level, when Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel messi dispute their fifth World Cup and join Carbajal, Matthaüs and Rafa Márquez, a club that will also be joined by the Mexican Andres Saved, … Read more

Most fans in favor of a more frequent World Cup, according to survey

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FIFA revealed the results of a survey conducted to find out the opinion of fans on whether they would like the World Cup to take place every two years “Most fans would like the World Cup to be more frequent“and” among this majority, the preferred frequency is every two years “, concluded FIFA on the … Read more

Jared Borgetti and the luxury committee that debates the possibility of a World Cup every two years

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The ESPN analyst shares an analysis table with figures of the stature of Ronaldo, Klinsmann, Van Basten and Mascherano Jared borgetti is part of the luxury committee that, together with the FIFA, analyzes proposals such as playing the world Cup every two years and modify the international football calendar. In a meeting that takes place … Read more

Don’t move him anymore, Tata Martino!

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LOS ANGELES – Mexico offered its best 45 minutes against the most solid opponent in the Octagonal Final of the Concacaf. Stumbling, puffing, but remains the leader, with the arithmetic generosity of winning seven points out of nine possible. 1-1, the denouement. Without a doubt, many more than the Tri deserved for what was done … Read more

The best of the triumph of El Tri: the contortions of the Mago de Coyuca

LOS ANGELES – Realism surpasses reality: Mexico is the leader of the Concacaf Octagonal. He confirms it by winning 0-1 in Costa Rica. Nothing exciting, nothing exultant in 90 minutes, except for two funny, chaplinesque, humorous nonsense by Funes Mori. The clumsiness that gines laughter. For the count, to be strict, two moments that originate … Read more

‘Walking’, no; but on your knees, neither

LOS ANGELES – They are right: the World Cup, in this case Qatar 2022, is no longer classified by “walking”. Not even in the football wasteland that is Concacaf. They are right Guillermo Ochoa and Yon de Luisa. You no longer get a pass to a World Cup by walking, but you shouldn’t get on … Read more

FIFA integrates a committee that will seek to consolidate the idea of ​​the World Cup every two years

ESPN Digital is aware that nearly 40 former World Cup players, including Mexican players, are pushing for a more continuous World Cup FIFA has formed a committee made up of 40 former World Cup players, which includes former Mexican players, with the aim of cementing the idea of ​​holding the World Cup every two years., … Read more