There are only 16 days left until the great football party gets underway. Here is all the news related to the contest that will be played in the Arab country
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More than a World Cup: how much can a country's economy grow by winning in Qatar and what happened in 1978 and 1986 in Argentina
A A university study analyzes the economic performance of the countries that have won the World Cup since 1961 and specifies what effects it may have on GDP; what happened to the local economy when the country won this championship in Buenos Aires and Mexico
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Can the If Argentina wins the World Cup?: what do the data from 1978 and 1986 say according to an academic paper REUTERS/Sergio Perez/File Photo
Is the fate of the Argentine Government and society tied to the performance of the national team in the Qatar World Cup?
Why Raúl Jiménez would be willing to step aside 16 days before Qatar 2022
The Mexican was confident of reaching the World Cup, but if not, he said “If I don't feel fit, I've made it this far”
Sep 20, 2022; Carson, CA, USA; Mexican National Team forward Raul Jimenez during media day at Dignity Health Sports Park. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Less than a month before the start of the Qatar World Cup 2022, one of the players who has stolen the spotlight of the press and the Mexican fans during the process of Gerardo Martino is without a doubt the attacker who is shaping up to be the head of the National Team, Raúl Jiménez.
Crucial hours for Giovani Lo Celso: the last exam will be held on Monday and they will decide if he reaches the World Cup from Qatar
The midfielder would have a muscle detachment that complicates his presence at the event. Villarreal confirmed that they will announce the final decision on Monday
Giovani Lo Celso suffered an injury against Athletic Bilbao on October 30 (Photo: Reuters)
“I want all the players to arrive healthy. The idea is that no one arrives touched and that they are all available for the first game”. That phrase was pronounced by Lionel Scaloni in the last interview he conducted and with a reference that he had as the main addressee to Giovani Lo Celso . The Villarreal midfielder suffered a more serious injury than initially thought and at this time it is being debated whether he will be able to travel to Qatar.
Side B of the wave of injuries that worries all the national teams days before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
Although the tight schedule is the main cause, it is not the only one. The word of a specialist on the mental and emotional role of the footballer, in the run-up to the World Cup
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Ngolo Kante (France) , Diogo Jota (Portugal), Paul Pogba (France), Reece James (England), Giovani Lo Celso (Argentina) (AFP)
The injured list surprises ahead of the World Cup in Qatar 2022. A tournament that will start at an atypical moment of the season in which the main teams of the most important leagues in the world are playing transcendental matches at the end of the first semester of competitions.
FIFA SEND A MESSAGE TO THE FEDERATIONS
The body that regulates world football, through a letter sent this Thursday by its President, Gianni Infantino, and its Secretary General, Fatma Samoura, have requested the Federations that are going to participate in the World Cup in Qatar 2022to put the focus on the game: “On Sunday, November 20, 2022, the eyes of the whole world will focus on Qatar. It will be a festival of football and, without a doubt, a month of celebration. After what we've been through these last two years, it's a unique opportunity for fans from all over the world to come and unite through the biggest show in history. Regardless of your race, religion, or social and sexual orientation, all are welcome, and Qataris are ready to welcome you with the best hospitality imaginable.”
Gianni Infantino, president of FIFA, and Fatma Samoura, general secretary, sent a letter to all the federations participating in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (Photo: REUTERS) 11:21 HsTODAY
WITHDRAWN DUE TO INJURY IN JAPAN!
Defender Yuta Nakayama, who was on the final list of 26 footballers Japanese selected to play the World Cup, will finally miss the appointment in Qatar after injuring his Achilles tendon this Wednesday during a match with the Huddersfieldfrom England. His team, which is currently in last place in the Second Division, announced this Thursday in a statement that its 25-year-old central defender will have to undergo surgery and will have to be inactive for the rest of the season. The Japanese coach Hajime Moriyasu will have to find a replacement for his debut against Germany on November 23. Japan will also face Costa Rica (November 27) and Spain (December 1) in Group E .
The Japanese Yuta Nakayama will miss the World Cup due to a serious Achilles tendon injury (Photo: REUTERS) 11:06 HsTODAY
A few days before Qatar 2022, how is the project that uses innovation to break the limits of learning
Asmaa Alfadala, director of the team of Content Research and Development of WISE, counts the projects they carry out in order to better train and educate teachers in their country and around the world
Asmaa Asfadala in the Ticmas dialogue space at Virtual Educa Medelllín 2022
The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) is an initiative of the Qatar Foundation for science, education and community development. WISE's primary vision is to improve education through innovation. It is a global platform with more than 45 thousand connected people who participate in the Summit and maintain their commitment through social networks.
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A general view of Doha's Hamad International Airport, which awaits the arrival of fans ahead of the start of the World Cup (Photo: REUTERS)