Magazine Show Episode 11 For The FIFA World Cup 2022
Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 Magazine Show. a monthly show that covers some of the greatest football stories in the run-up to the 2018 World Cup on FIFA.com and YouTube. This FIFA Arab Championship Qatar 2021 TM draw, which will take place at the end of this year and involve teams representing Africa and Asia, is discussed in the most recent edition. The competition will be an ideal opportunity to test out processes and infrastructure before the first Globe Cup is really staged within the Middle East and the Arab world.
This month, as the AFC contenders for Qatar 2022 reach the second phase, we also look back at some of the most notable Asian nation’s appearances at the World Cup. Twelve teams will compete in the final and third rounds. Italian cook PinoLavarra talks about his career in Qatar and his passion for football while recalling his early thoughts on things such as the World Cup and the Azzurri’s triumph in 1982. We also learn about the extensive collection of FIFA 2022 World Cup tickets owned by Qatari Mohamed Abdellatif.
This episode also includes the Argentine defender Gabriel Mercado. He remembers the success of his country at the FIFA U-20 Cup in 2007 and his outstanding performance well with the senior leadership squad in Russia in 2018. He also takes into account his stint in Qatar working with Al-Rayyan SC. Stay tuned for the episode as we move closer to Qatar 2022!
View the 11th season of the Qatar Magazine Show from 2022
The eleventh chapter of the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qatar Magazine Show, which airs once a month on YouTube and FIFA.com and covers some of the most significant football stories leading up to the World Cup in 2022, is now available online.
- Both Felix Sanchez and Almoez Ali have hopes for the host nation.
- There is a celebration of Xavi’s time in Qatar.
- Discover more about the ties between movies & soccer at the Ajyal Film Festival.
The November 21 occasion on which the official 2022 Fifa World Qatar 2022TM countdown timer was introduced is the focus of this month’s episode. This unique clock was created using design inspirations from the Qatar 2022 insignia’s continuous loop and the historical hourglass, both of which represent how connected the event is.
The article emphasizes the time former Spain player and World Cup champion Xavi Hernandez spends in Qatar in relation to time passing. He had great success managing Al Sadd there before deciding to take over at Barcelona, wherever he spent the duration of his playing career.
Additionally, we meet up with a number of individuals who are participating in the FIFA Arab Cup 2021TM, similar to the national team coaches, such as Felix Sanchez of Qatar, who aspires to lead the hosts to the title on home territory. Almost Ali, the striker with Sanchez, talked to the journal after winning the AFC Asian Cup about how his athletic career began at Aspire Academy and his objectives for the global championship.
Ajyal Film Fest is the sole topic of the FIFA World Cup 2022 Magazine Show, which is being held in the Katara Cultural Center and is primarily organized by the Doha Film Academy. The connections between football and the World Cup were discussed by a number of filmmakers, which will intrigue fans of cinema.