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Iran World Cup 2022 squad guide: Protests, a grudge match, and football’s longest throw

All anyone — Iranian or otherwise — is really thinking concerning is that final Group B match against the United States. But Iran strength have something to offer before then, with Carlos Queiroz, previously of Manchester United and Real Madrid, back in charge for his fourth Iran World Cup. Advantage they have the goalkeeper with footballs longest fling…

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Iran boss Carlos Queiroz says players ‘free to protest’

Iran manager Carlos Queiroz says his players are “free to complaint” over women’s rights in their home country, while they are at the Football World Cup.

Protests against Iran’s clerical organization erupted two months ago after the death in safekeeping of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who was under arrest by morality police for supposedly breaking the strict rules around head coverings.

Iran’s leaders say the protests are “riots” orchestrated by the country’s overseas enemies. At least 326 protesters, as well as 43 children and 25 women, have been killed in a aggressive crackdown by security forces, according to Iran Human Rights.

Queiroz says any protests by his players must “conform” to the Football World Cup regulations.

Iran players enclosed up their national team brooch when they played two warm-up internationals in September, The players are free to criticism as they would if they were from any other country, as long as it conforms to the World Cup policy and is in the spirit of the game, Queiroz said. But you can also expressive yourself on the field in the game of football and the players have only one obsession on their mind and that is to fight to qualify for the second round.

Iran’s turbulent build-up amid violent anti-government protests

The players don’t give the impression happy, neither do the coaching staff. The Iranian fans outside the ground are surely not.

Prohibited from toward the inside the stadium by local security hired by the Iranian authorities, they have still managed to make their voices heard using the megaphones and loud speakers they set up outside. In information they were so loud that Iranian state TV broadcasted the match on mute.

Life in Iran since mid-September has been under enemy control by a gesticulate of dramatic anti-government protests that has evolve into the most important challenge to the country’s Islamic republic in over a decade.

The protests were sparked by the death of a 22-year-old woman who had been under arrest by Iran’s morality police for supposedly breaking their strict hijab rules.

Iran’s government does not desire people to hear it, particularly not at the Football World Cup. It’ is not clear how fans or players will do something at Monday’s opening match against England in Qatar – but everyone will be watching.

Mahsa-Amini was a little Kurdish woman from the north-western Iranian city of Saqqez. She died in a Tehran hospital on 16th September, after expenditure three days in a coma.

There are reports that officers strike Amini’s head with a stick and banged her head against one of their vehicle. The authorities have deprived of that she was mistreated and said she suffered sudden heart breakdown. Her family has said she was robust and healthy.

Iran: A really simple guide to the protests

Amini’s death sparked indignation. When her memorial service was held in Saqqez, women took off their hijabs and chanted alongside the government. Videos of the occasion were circulated on social media and reaction spread quickly across the country. Sport has provided a stage.

In Oct, Elnaz Rekabi, a female mountaineer, competed at the Asian Championships in South Korea without wearing her hijab. Thousands meet her at the airport on her return to welcome her back.

Previous to flying home, she posted an Instagram message saying she had competed without her hair cover “inadvertently”. To many the language used in her post made it appear like it was written under pressure.

But footballs give the biggest platform for those wanting to show support for the protests, as the country’s most well-liked sport. And major figures have got involved.

Ali Karimi

Ali Karimi, a previous Iran football international who exhausted two seasons at Bayern Munich from 2005-2007. Has become a figurehead of the resistance association. Ali Daei, Iran’s record goalscorer and a famous figure in the country, has also shown his support.

In the construct-up to the 27 September match against Senegal, some of Iran’s players posted social media messages. In support of the protests, in spite of having been told not to. Sardar Azmoun, the team’s 27-year-old Bayer-Leverkusen person on strike and perhaps. Their star player has continued to post his support on Instagram – one of hardly any social media networks allowed to function in Iran.

For months now players have refused to rejoice goals scored in the Iranian league. Once the ball crosses the line the scorer usually brings their hands down, transmitting a message. That it is perhaps the future to remind those watching of what’s going on in the country. The Human Rights Activists News Agency estimates 15,800 have been under arrest and 341 killed in the protests. It has also reported the deaths of 39 security workers.

Situation TV broadcasters just cut away from the team that has scored, showing the players of the team that approved instead.

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Esteghlal FC players

Esteghlal FC players, are one of the two most followed clubs in Iran. Determined not to celebrate when they won the Super Cup two weeks ago. They told organizers they would only take part in the post-match observance if there were no fireworks and no music. Situation TV cut short those pictures, too.

All Iranian league games have been played at the rear closed doors because the protests began. Many believe the reason is that Iran’s authorities believe fans could potentially become a security risk.

On the Beach Soccer Intercontinental Cup in Dubai in near the beginning of November. Iran’s Saeed Paramount mimicked cutting his hair after scoring a goal. A sign that has become a representative referred to the protests at which some women have been filmed cutting their hair in public. He and his teammates strike Brazil in the final – and once again there were no revels.

Iran’s basketball, seashore soccer, volleyball and water-polo teams have all chosen not to sing the national anthem at new matches.

But the men’s national football team will be without hesitation the most widely experiential. In their final match before the World Cup – a friendly match beside Nicaragua played in Tehran after closed doors. Many players also refused to croon the national anthem. With the exemption of two who had previously publicly supported the government.

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Aiming to captain the USA to the Rugby World Cup in 2023

If the men’s Eagles defeat Portugal in the championship game of the Rugby World Cup 2023 Final Qualification Tournament on Friday, USA captain MacGinty might play in a third tournament.

AJ MacGinty, the captain, has had a reasonably easy week thanks to the USA team’s united will to defeat Portugal in the decisive game of the Rugby World Cup 2023 Final Qualification Tournament on Friday.

The men’s Eagles have earned back-to-back bonus-point victories against Kenya and Hong Kong, boosting the team’s morale after gruelling training camps in Colorado and South Africa.

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MacGinty and his teammates who are stationed in Europe were unable to attend those sessions, but Gary Gold gradually reinserted them into the starting lineup for the Final Qualification Tournament.

Fly-half for Bristol Bears After playing as a substitute in the opening 68-14 victory over the Simbas, MacGinty was back in the number 10 jersey for the 49-7 loss over Hong Kong.

His participation in the Dubai event marks his first since the Eagles’ heartbreaking aggregate loss to Chile in the Americas 2 play-off in July. As the USA attempts to win a spot in the RWC 2023 at its third attempt, he has noticed a change in attitude and intensity.

“The mindset has changed. I don’t think I’ve actually had to do much as captain,” MacGinty said.

“Going into the week, the whole focus was just on how we approach the training sessions. Again, it was a hot day yesterday but the numbers we got through, that’s all we’re going after. Just that effort amongst the squad from both sides.

“And yesterday was quite a good day, too, because obviously the teams announced and some lads aren’t in it, but it didn’t detract from the training session despite some guys being disappointed not to be playing.

“So, it’s more that the morale is good, the mood, the spirit in the camp is really good and everyone’s raring to go and I guess for me it’s like they’re all big games and it’s just another game, you know what I mean?

“It’s [trying to find] the balance between that, not getting too focused on how big a game it is. It’s just a game of rugby and we’ll want to perform at our best.”

Hard work paying off

On Wednesday, USA coach Gold said he felt the same way about the Portugal game as he did about helping South Africa get ready for successful campaigns with the British and Irish Lions, Tri-Nations, and the Rugby World Cup.

Similar conviction is evident in MacGinty’s efforts to lead the Eagles to a ninth Rugby World Cup.

“The intensity that we’re training at, at the moment, is no comparison to how we probably were in the lead up to those games against Uruguay and Chile,” he said.

“So, that fills me with a lot of confidence and the prep for me has been the best we’ve had.

“That’s probably the biggest one and the intensity that we’ll be able to play at then, I think that’s off the back of training post-Chile as individuals and work in camp and the amount of work lads did on their own.

“Into the camp in Glendale and then South Africa, by the sound of things it was like a Navy SEALs camp and torture for the lads, they worked their socks off.

“An awful lot of work has gone into our ability to perform at a higher level. That’s off the back of the coaches demanding that and the players rising to it, so that gives me a lot of confidence.”

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Laying the foundations  

If the United States defeats Portugal on Friday at The Sevens Stadium, they will earn a spot in the RWC 2023 as the 20th and last team, sharing a pool with Wales, Australia, Fiji, and Georgia.

It would provide MacGinty the chance to compete in his third Rugby World Cup, but it would be his first as the team’s captain.

MacGinty is not allowing himself to look too far ahead, though, in keeping with the team’s commitment to hard work.

The fly-half would not be content with just making it to the RWC 2023. He is motivated to change that statistic in France the following year after all seven of his tournament appearances to this point have ended in defeat.

“Having gone to the two, it’s like I’ve been to a World Cup and I haven’t won a game,” MacGinty added.

“That was a driving factor before, so it’s like be more competitive and [use] the lessons we’ve learnt along this campaign and how mad it’s been through the COVID season and all of that.

“But to get to this point where we’re at now, and where we can go [because] the foundations of it are really, really strong.

“The camp that I feel Gary and the coaches have produced has made every single person involved a better player, and that’s what you want.

“So, yeah, we’ll get this ticked off and then you think about going to the World Cup and captaining the side.”

Portugal to play USA for place at Rugby World Cup 2023

Os Lobos and the men’s Eagles kept their perfect records going in the Dubai Final Qualification Tournament.

After both sides won two straight games at The Sevens Stadium, the Rugby World Cup 2023 Final Qualification Tournament will be decided between Portugal and the USA.

Os Lobos defeated Kenya easily 85-0 to start matchday two, and on Saturday in Dubai, the men’s Eagles defeated Hong Kong 49-7.

As a result, Portugal currently leads the standings on points differential, but whomever prevails in the matchup between the two teams on Friday will earn the 20th and final available spot at the RWC 2023, as well as a spot in Pool C.

The only thing on the line when Hong Kong and Kenya square off at The Sevens Stadium the following week is third place; both teams needed victories on Saturday to have any chance of making it to the championship game in France the following year.

Portugal too good for Kenya

Portugal completely dominated their match against Kenya, scoring 13 tries to win 85-0 in the opening game at The Sevens Stadium.

Os Lobos broke through the Kenyan defence in just a minute when number eight Thibault de Freitas benefited from a forceful driving lineout.

After Portugal hooker Mike Tadjer scored at the end of another set-piece drive in the seventh minute, scrum-half Samuel Marques repeated the action.

In the 14th minute, Brian Tanga believed he had put Kenya on the scoreboard, but his attempt was disallowed due to an earlier knock-on.

Manuel Cardoso Pinto’s third touchdown was almost immediately conceded by the Simbas, and José Lima’s score in the 22nd minute gave Portugal a try-scoring bonus point.

Os Lobos got a fifth try before halftime when winger Vincent Pinto benefited from a clever lineout move with Kenyan second-row Brian Juma in the sin-bin. Marques continued his perfect track record off the tee to make the halftime score 35-0.

The task facing Kenya was already challenging because they needed to win to keep themselves in the running for a spot at the RWC 2023, but it only took a minute for Juma to receive a second yellow card and be dismissed.

Tadjer, Vincent Pinto, captain Tomás Appleton (twice), and Jose Andrade all crossed the goal line as Portugal scored five tries in the following 20 minutes. With a quarter of the game left, Os Lobos had a 66-0 lead thanks to two conversions by Marques and one from Jéronimo Portela.

A penalty try, tries by Joo Belo and Lionel Campergue, and their 13th and final score came when Kenya was down to 13 players after Geofrey Okwach was sin-binned for a risky tackle allowed Os Lobos to cross the finish line three more times.

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Ireland Rugby World Cup

Tours Announced As Ireland Squad Base for Rugby World Cup

Ireland Rugby World Cup team improper for the pool stages of World Cup 2023 has been confirmed as Tours – one of the main cities in the Centre-Val de Loire. Tours will be the home of the Ireland squad. As they make it ahead of their Pool B games against Romania, Tonga, South Africa, and Scotland in September and October 2023.  The model for RWC23 sees each team based in one dominant training location and then itinerant to the match day cities – in Ireland’s case, Bordeaux (Romania). Nantes (Tonga), and Paris (South Africa & Scotland).

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Tours Announced As Ireland Squad Base for Rugby World Cup
Tours Announced As Ireland Squad Base for Rugby World Cup

A delegation from the Ireland team organization visited Tours in January early this year. It was impressed by the skill of their bid and the enthusiasm of local officials. And public groups in supporting the Ireland squad’s Rugby World Cup campaign.

The IRFU and Ireland Team organization would like to thank the Mayor of Tours Emmanuel Denis and his squad, Francois Bonneau – chairman of Loire Valley Area, Frederic Augis – chairman of Tours Metrof opolis, Julien Collette – managing director France 2023, Rodolphe Esteve – chairman Loire Valley Rugby League, Benoit Sebillet – Chairman UST Rugby Club and Bertrand Bougeault – chairman Tours Rugby 2023.

Ireland’s Johnny Sexton absorbed on Rugby World Cup win, not rankings

DUBLIN – Ireland needs to emulate their enemies this weekend, South Africa’s Springbok, and win the Rugby World Cup if they are to merit being called the best side in the world, captain Johnny Sexton said on Tuesday. The 37-year-old iconic fly-half stimulated his side to a historic series win in New Zealand in July that saw them rise to the top of the positions.

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“Honestly, it’s not somewhat that we t much,” Sexton told reporters. “It’s not a goal to become No. 1 in the world. That might sound unwise. “In some sports, it is — golf, tennis — but in rugby the rankings substance once and it’s three years out from the World Cup (needing to be in the top eight for the pool draw). When the substance, doesn’t make that much intelligence either. To know more about Ireland Vs Romania Tickets click here.

 “We don’t express about being No 1. To be No. 1 in the world, you need to win the Rugby World Cup, that’s where the goalmouths are.” Sexton said only cups counted — he was pivotal to the 2018 Six Nations Grand Slam triumph — even if other teams might try and talk up Ireland being top of the bench.

Ireland's Johnny Sexton absorbed on Rugby World Cup win, not rankings
Ireland’s Johnny Sexton absorbed on Rugby World Cup win, not rankings

“You want to be the finest in Europe, you want to win the Six Nations, those are our goals,” said. “It’s nonentity to do with being No. 1 and I don’t think many teams read too much into it.

“I know the other teams will maybe refer to us now, trying to put weight on us, but we don’t speak about it.”

Sexton said

Sexton said Ireland would give South Africa “the admiration they deserve” and confessed there is a target on his team’s back after their attainment in New Zealand.

“When you have a couple of results as we did in the summer teams start properly look at you and they go, ‘How are we going to mess up this Ireland squad? How are we combat this?’” he said.

“We’ve got to do it improved and we’ve got to evolve a little bit and make sure we bring something new to the table.”

Additional extra flavor to Saturday’s clash in Dublin is that the two teams are in the same pool at next year’s Rugby World Cup — with Scotland’s presence making it a tough ask to finish in the top two to progress.

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He is also mindful of Ireland’s unacceptable record at the quadrennial showpiece, having never reached the semifinals. South Africa, by alteration, has won it three times.

“If we got a win on Saturday it would be countless, if we don’t then we learn from it,” he said.

“We’re going to study both ways.

“We’re going to study South Africa, we’re going to see what it’s like to play against this type of team, we haven’t played against them in an insufficient year and I think it’s what we need.”

Sexton’s wealth of experience at flyhalf is in stark contrast to his Springbok conflicting number on Saturday, Damian Willemse. Who has started just two tests.

Willemse, 24, got the playmaker role because the first excellent Handre Pollard is recovering from a knee operation. And substitute Elton Jantjies is commerce with personal problems. “He’s only played a couple of games at 10 for South Africa but he’s random,” said Sexton. “He’s got fantastic footwork, he has a good kicking game, he’s robust, he’s fast clearly. “Some traits that you wouldn’t usually associate with a 10, but he’s a brilliant player.”

Making Ireland Rugby World Cup squad an issue in staying at Ulster, says Stuart McCloskey

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McCloskey added he’d be “disgruntled” to miss out on the fall series squad. The 30-year-old said: “I suppose one of the details I stayed around at Ulster when I signed on for another three years. Was so that I could maybe have a go at a World Cup and maybe get a few more lids.

Making Ireland Rugby World Cup squad an issue in staying at Ulster, says Stuart McCloskey
Making Ireland Rugby World Cup squad an issue in staying at Ulster, says Stuart McCloskey

“I’d be lying if I said I hadn’t thought of that before I was employed. So what’s driving me on, but also to be the best I can be? McCloskey, who is in South Africa with Ulster ahead of Saturday’s United Rugby Championship game against the Sharks, added:

“I’ve played expert rugby for nine years now and I feel like I’m just receiving better, so I’ll just keep on assertive and see how good I can be.”

Andy Farrell

Ireland Rugby World Cup head coach Andy Farrell is predictable to name his Ireland squad for the November tests against South Africa, Fiji, and Australia on Wednesday.

The injury ruled McCloskey out of assortment for the 2022 Six Nations. And while he did not make Farrell’s squad for the summer Tests against New Zealand. He contained in the 30-24 win over the Maori All Blacks and has ongoing this season well with Ulster.

“Bundee [Aki]’s out there, he’s been banned for six or seven weeks so he can’t play until the last game of the block or smooth he might not make any of the games,”

McCloskey said when requested about his odds of making the squad for the November Tests.

“I don’t know if shock is the right word, but I’d be fairly disappointed, particularly with the form I’ve shown. I played well in the game over in New Zealand in the temporary when I was called out late.”

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Saudi Arabia World Cup 2022 Squad Guide: They’ve had the prep, but do they have the goals?

After some strong training under their French coach, Saudi Arabia skull to a World Cup on their neighbors’ home grass. But Saudi Arabia lack excellence, primarily up front. They may have a history of pulling off theatrical upsets, but they will be very much up against it in Group C…

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The Manager

The Saudi national team’s manager is the French coach Herve-Renard. After ending a 17-year playing vocation in 1999 . Renard has enjoyed a varied coaching career with clubs in Francem, Vietnam and Algeria, as well as Cambridge United. But club football has usually not been his strong point. This is an international specialist.

Renard is the first coach to win the Africa Cup of Nations with 2 different teams (Zambia 2012, Ivory Coast 2015). And his work has left him with millions of admirer across Africa. After annoying his luck again in club football with Sochaux and Lille in Ligue 1 – but failing miserably – he return to international football with Morocco in 2016, leading the chart Lions to a first World Cup in 20 years. After a surprising early exit from AFCON 2019, he submissive. Brusquely after, he became the new Saudi Arabia boss.

Renard had a rough start in the difficult position in Riyadh. Saudi media questioned his ability, but he proved critics wrong. Saudi Arabia qualified for their 6th World Cup with two games in hand. Mostly thanks to the new argumentative 4-1-3-2 shape. Though he recently changed his plans to a more attacking 4-3-3.

Renard also has an interesting false notion: wearing a white button shirt for matches. It started in 2012 with Zambia’s AFCON-winning journey, continued with the Ivory shoreline three years later.

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The best Saudi player is the team captain, Salem-Al-Dawsari — a inspired, healthy, talented winger-forward who can change a game in a single move. Currently thirty one he grows up at Al-Hilal, Saudi-Arabia’s leading club, and became the prince of the local scene. In 2018, he even spent six months on loan at Villarreal but made just one manifestation before returning to the soothe zone of Al-Hilal, where he shone once again. Beforehand, after years as a left-winger, he started to play more as a forward/second striker and hasn’t looked back since.

Salem is inward at the World Cup after the best season of his career. Fifteen goals and six assists in 31 games made him Al-Hilal’s main goal donor in 2021-22. Moreover, he was the club’s key player in their successful AFC Champions League movement, scoring in the semi-final and final, and being named the competition’s MVP.

In Saudi Arabia, he is known for being a player who rises to the occasion for club and country. His goal against Egypt at the last World Cup is his most unforgettable moment in his 70 appearance in a national team shirt. Stipulation Saudi manager to score a goal in one of their Group C games alongside Argentina, Mexico and Poland . There is a good possibility Salem will be the one who get it. If and when he does, wait for his brand “tornado” celebration. Saudi fans usually use the “storm” emoji on social media after his goals and it has become a viral tendency.

Strengths

Saudi Arabia borders Qatar, so tens of thousands of Saudis are predictable to travel and support their team in the World Cup. With the celebrated singing of the Saudi fans, it will be almost like playing at home.

Saudi Arabia is the only team, as well Qatar, to have been able to hold a proper training camp in preparation for the tournament. The team is finishing a two-month camp with six friendliest, so they’ll arrive ready — at least in terms of fitness and chemistry.

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Beneath-Renard, Saudi Arabia’s defenders better and adopted a smoother association to midfield. Ali Al-Bulaihi, Abdulelah-Al-Amri and Abdullah-Madu form a quality suspicious line with good positioning and the ability to maintain control well.

Their link to the relatively organized midfield with veteran Salman-Al-Faraj, Abdulellah-Al-Malki and Sami-Al-Najei works well. Saudi can make more dangerous attacks and opportunities than before. Overall, they can hold on to the ball well and play it self-assuredly from defence to their opponents’ half.

Weaknesses

Although all of the above, the Green Falcons are still one of the weakest teams at the World Cup, mainly due to their lack of quality in attack. In the past, Saudi Arabia enjoyed having quality goals corers, but the days of national legends such as Majed-Abdullah (72 goals), Sami-Al-Jaber (46) or Yasser-Al-Qahtani (42) is long gone. Even Mohammad Al-Sahlawi (28) is a memory.

These days, Saudi’s leading men up front are Saleh Al-Shehri and Firas Al-Buraikan, who scored seven and three correspondingly during qualification. It might not be sufficient against the defenders of Poland and Argentina. At the same time as Al-Shehri has been treated with a meticulous training plan from the coaching staff to improve his positioning and finishing, it all goes back to Salem, whom everyone will count on to create, lead, threaten and carry out.

Local knowledge

The famous Saudi traveler Abdullah-Al-Salami was the first football fan to reach your destination in Qatar for the World Cup. He walked almost 1600 kilo meter from Jeddah, during the desert, to Doha. It took him 55 days. He had a Saudi flag and a Qatari flag tied to his rucksack all the way through the journey, endorse unity between the two countries that did not hold political relations until not too long ago. Look for his Indian- Jones hat in the stands.

The Saudi media and fans know that their team has been haggard in one of the hardest groups. The Saudi FA launched a digital identity crusade called “Giddam” (قدام, “come on” in Arabic) to support the team in digital platforms, and the country is completely behind the team. At least until the first game.

Mohammed-bin-Salman, the Saudi circlet prince, has a soft mark for significant football events. He was here in Saudi’s opening game in Russia in 2018. This time, he meets the team before they left.

I know that our group is complicated… and no one expects us to win or still to draw. I do not want any of you to play under heaviness that affects your level, he told the players at the meeting.

It strength sound calming, but it could also add some pressure. Due to the sensitive ambassadorial relations with Qatar, it is not known whether MBS will be there, but if FIFA president Gianni Infantino shows up for Saudi Arabia’s match against Argentina, there’s a good chance he will be there too. Xchangetickets.com is the best website for All Sports events. Football World Cup 2022 fans can buy Qatar World Cup Tickets from our website

FIFA World Cup: Dress formally and act discretely Canada issues a warning to fans in Qatar

Canadians travelling to Qatar to support their country’s men’s soccer team for the FIFA World Cup are being advised by Ottawa to “dress modestly” and “behave discreetly.”

These are just two of the warnings the federal government has issued ahead of the competition, which starts on Sunday. Qatar is the first Arab country to host the prestigious event, but controversy has surrounded it ever since FIFA selected it as the host 12 years ago. For years, there have been complaints about the mistreatment of migrant workers constructing the World Cup’s infrastructure. More recently, Qatar’s record on LGBTQ2 rights has come under scrutiny.

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Ottawa has provided some advice for Canadians travelling to Qatar, including details on local legislation, on a dedicated travel advice portal for World Cup supporters. The federal government has specified the entry standards needed for the competition as well as the most effective modes of transportation.

It has also forewarned Canadians that the conservative Muslim nation’s legal system differs significantly from that of Canada in many ways. In Qatar, where it might not be permitted, there may be harsh repercussions for doing something that is legal in Canada, according to Ottawa.

“Revealing clothing is considered inappropriate. To avoid offending local sensitivities, dress conservatively, behave discreetly and respect religious and social traditions,” the government said.

“Public display of affection including holding hands and kissing is not socially accepted. Qatari law criminalizes sexual acts and relationships between persons of the same sex or unmarried people. However, no restrictions exist on staying in the same room for friends of different genders or couples (including 2SLGBTQI+).”

It is also forbidden to photograph Qatari nationals without their permission, Ottawa continued. To use photography and videography equipment or conduct interviews in Qatar, journalists—including independent social media creators—need specific visas and permissions.

“There is no legal guarantee of freedom of the press or freedom of expression,” the government said.

“Avoid use of obscene language or gestures, arguing with or insulting others in public, and avoid religious proselytizing, criticism of the government of Qatar or the religion of Islam in person or on social media as such activities could lead to being arrested and criminal prosecution.”

Additionally, Qatar has tight regulations regarding the purchase and consumption of alcohol. Official information about policies on the sale and consumption of alcohol during the World Cup has not yet been provided, Ottawa said, despite the fact that officials have reduced alcohol regulations in designated “fan zones.”

Alcohol importation is prohibited in Qatar, including purchases made at the airport duty-free shop, according to the government, and drinking or being intoxicated in public is a crime. The drinking age limit is 21. Additionally, drug use, trafficking, smuggling, and possession are all prohibited in Qatar.

The Canadian Embassy in Qatar or Ottawa’s round-the-clock emergency watch and response centre can be contacted by Canadians in Qatar who require urgent consular help, the ministry said.

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Ever since Qatar was selected by FIFA to host the World Cup in 2010, the event has generated criticism. Despite the fact that 21 of the 24 members of the FIFA executive committee who voted in favour of the 2010 World Cup hosts were either convicted in criminal or ethical cases, indicted, found not guilty after a trial, or implicated in wrongdoing, the country has been questioned about how it convinced FIFA to support the country.

In the run-up to the competition, human rights organisations have drawn attention to the reported exploitation of migrant workers constructing World Cup infrastructure in Qatar, many of whom they believe have perished on the job. The governing emir of Qatar has referred to the criticism as a “unprecedented campaign” against the first Arab country to host the competition. In response, Qatar has pushed back frequently, stating that migrant labour protections have improved and that the criticism is out of date.

In addition, Qatar’s position on LGTBQ2 rights has come under question, and some soccer players have expressed concern over the rights of fans who are travelling to attend the tournament. Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on October 24 that Qatari security forces unjustly detained and mistreated LGBTQ2 Qataris in September despite the country’s pledge that LGTBQ2 supporters won’t be detained. In a statement, a Qatari official referred to HRW’s claims as “categorically and unequivocally false.”

The safety of Canadians attending the World Cup must be guaranteed, according to a tweet from Canadian Sport Minister Pascale St-Onge on October 28. In a statement to Global News earlier this month, St-Onge said that Ottawa was supporting calls for “transparency and robust safeguards” to safeguard migrant workers who constructed World Cup infrastructure.

Late last month, Canada Soccer, the sport’s governing body in the nation, released a statement saying it “supports the ongoing pursuit of further progress regarding workers’ rights and inclusivity as Qatar prepares to host the world.”

A federal dignitary’s trip to the World Cup has not yet been planned, according to Ottawa, which boycotted the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing due to China’s subpar human rights record.

On November 23, Canada’s men’s national team will face Belgium in their opening match of their second World Cup and first in 36 years.

World Cup 2022 team preview: Canada

The North American underdogs will hope to score some points during their first World Cup appearance in 36 years.

Previous World Cup appearances: 1986
Titles: 0
Best finish: Group stage (1986)
World Cup record: W0 D0 L3
Goals: 0
Biggest win: No wins
Player to watch: Alphonso Davies
Ranking: 41
Fixtures: Belgium (November 23), Croatia (November 27), Morocco (December 1)

After 36 years of obscurity, Canada will return to the World Cup in Qatar in 2022.

Despite being in a challenging group with Croatia and Belgium, the team is expected to struggle to advance, but a great qualification campaign has given fans hope that they may yet spring a few surprises and make it to the knockout stage for the first time.

Canada has only ever participated in one World Cup, which was held in Mexico in 1986. Three losses in the group stages to France, Hungary, and the former Soviet Union marred their historic performance.

Participation in the 1986 competition was the pinnacle of Canadian football, which would not be topped for many years, up until this moment.

But it also turned out to be a sobering experience for the players, as they failed to score a goal and gave up five in 270 minutes of play.

They were one of just two teams at the competition who failed to register a single point, the other being Iraq, who had a better goal differential than the Canadians.

On November 23, Canada will face Belgium in the opening match of their World Cup journey in an effort to regain their qualifying form.

The team won eight of its 14 games during the CONCACAF qualifying round, including unexpected victories over the higher-ranked United States and Mexico. The team also finished first in the group.

All eyes are on Davies

In Qatar, Canadians will look to the incredibly gifted 22-year-old Alphonso Davies for motivation.

For his club team, German powerhouse Bayern Munich, Davies is typically used as a left wing-back. He is noted for his lightning-quick speed, dribbling, and shooting.

He frequently plays further forward for Canada, which enables him to occupy spaces behind dynamic frontman Jonathan David and gives him more control over attacks.

Davies, who is already widely regarded as the best player in the CONCACAF region, will now have the chance to showcase his abilities on a global scale.

He has won numerous trophies throughout his career so far, including four Bundesliga championships, numerous domestic cups, a UEFA Champions League winner’s medal, and a FIFA Club World Cup victory.

Tough road ahead

Despite the buzz surrounding Davies and David, both 22 years old, it is unlikely that the Canadians will advance from Group F given the calibre of Croatia and Belgium.

However, manager John Herman has pushed his players to savour the experience of competing in the competition and to push themselves to their physical and mental limits while facing opponents like Croatian star Luka Modric and Belgium’s array of elite athletes.

He has stated that the team has a chance to “create memories that will last forever” for the 38 million people in the country and to “create a generational shift” in Canada, where football has frequently been overshadowed by ice hockey and other more popular sports.

A competitive showing in the group stage would still signal significant progress for Canadian football as the nation gets ready to host the 2026 World Cup alongside the US and Mexico, even though a run to the knockout stage is unlikely.

The tournament this year will give Davies and David a platform from which they might take their already successful careers to even higher levels.

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Costa Rica Football World Cup

Costa Rica Football World Cup: Main players, injuries, & prediction

Costa Rica Football World Cup: When in Costa Rica heading into their third straight World Cup competition hoping to replicate their success of 2014? The one-time quarter-finalists couldn’t maintain that impetus in 2018 as they tumbled out in the group phase and will be hoping to avoid that fate in a devilishly tricky. Group E also comprises Spain, Germany, and Japan.

Here’s what to expect from Costa Rica at the World Cup.

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At the 2014 Football World Cup, Navas received a move to Real Madrid, and the 35-year-old leftovers one of the game's top goalkeepers,
At the 2014 Football World Cup, Navas received a move to Real Madrid, and the 35-year-old leftovers one of the game’s top goalkeepers,

Rica group competitions?

  • Spain vs Costa Rica (November 23, 16:00 GMT)
  • Japan vs Costa Rica (November 27, 10:00 GMT)
  • Costa Rica vs Germany (December 1, 19:00 GMT)
  • Costa Rica vs Spain H2H record: Played 3, Drawn 1, Lost 2
  • Costa Rica vs Japan H2H record: Played 4, Drawn 1, Lost 3
  • Costa Rica vs Germany H2H record: Played 1, Lost 1

Who is in Costa Rica’s complete 26-player squad for the Football World Cup?

Goalkeepers: Keylor Navas (Paris Saint-Germain), Esteban Alvarado (Herediano), Patrick Sequeira (CD Lugo)

Defenders: Francisco Calvo (Konyaspor), Juan Pablo Vargas(Millonarios FC), Kendall Waston (Saprissa), Oscar Duarte (Al-Wehda), Daniel Chacon (Colorado Rapids), Keysher Fuller (Herediano), Carlos Martinez (San Carlos), Bryan Oviedo (Real Salt Lake), Ronald Matarrita (Cincinnati)

Midfielders: Yeltsin Tejeda (Herediano), Celso Borges (Alajuelense), Youstin Salas (Saprissa), Roan Wilson (Grecia), Gerson Torres (Herediano), Douglas Lopez (Herediano) Jewisson Bennette (Sunderland), Alvaro Zamora (Saprissa), Anthony Hernandez (Puntarenas FC), Brandon Aguilera (Nottingham Forest), Bryan Ruiz (Alajuelense)

Forwards: Joel Campbell (Leon), Anthony Contreras (Herediano) Johan Venegas (Alajuelense)

Which Costa Rica players are missing the Football World Cup through wound?

There’s one worry for Costa Rica, and it’s a huge one. Star goalkeeper Keylor Navas has been comprised in the squad despite picking up a back wound in November. Which kept him out of action for PSG in the build-up to the tournament. The veteran stopper hasn’t played a minute of club football this season, so even if he recuperates in time for the competition, he’s hardly at full strength.

Who are Costa Rica Football World Cup’s best players?

Keylor Navas

At the 2014 Football World Cup, Navas received a move to Real Madrid, and the 35-year-old leftovers one of the game’s top goalkeepers. Even if he has been benched at the club level. Navas has 107 appearances for his republic to his name.

Joel Campbell

Previous Arsenal man Joel Campbell now plays his club football in Mexico with Leon. He has a whopping 118 caps for his country and has achieved a respectable 25 goals and 22 assists.

Bryan Ruiz

Now 37, Bryan Ruiz wears the skipper’s armband for Costa Rica and he’ll be crucial to their chances from an attacking midfield spot. He’s been an even for his republic for the last 18 years and is rightly hailed as one of Costa Rica’s best. To know more about Spain Vs Costa Rica Ticketsclick here.

Now 37, Bryan Ruiz wears the skipper's armband for Costa Rica and he'll be crucial to their chances from an attacking midfield spot.
Now 37, Bryan Ruiz wears the skipper’s armband for Costa Rica and he’ll be crucial to their chances from an attacking midfield spot.

Costa Rica foretold starting lineup

Under Luiz Fernando Suarez, Costa Rica has played in several creations, so it’s hard to pin them down. The 4-2-3-1 seems to have been the most mutual. But Suarez has brought out a 5-4-1 at times and may do so here against tough antagonism.

Costa Rica foretold XI: Navas; Fuller, Calvo, Vargas, Matarrita; Tejeda, Borges; Torres, Ruiz, Zamora; Campbell.

Costa Rica’s form going into the World Cup

2022 has been a good year for Costa Rica, who have misplaced just one of their 12 sports to date. They got a big friendly win over Nigeria in November and beat both Canada and the USA in succeeding. Where they also secured a 0-0 draw with Mexico – all results that will inspire sureness heading into the tournament.

Costa Rica Football World Cup’s previous five results (all competitions)

Costa Rica 2-0 Nigeria
Uzbekistan 1-2 Costa Rica
South Korea 2-2 Costa Rica
Costa Rica 1-0 New Zealand
Costa Rica 2-0 Martinique

Where will Costa Rica varnish in the Football World Cup?

In 2014, Costa Rica did the unthinkable. As they were over the top of a group that included England, Italy, and Uruguay. Inappropriately, it’ll take another miracle for them to survive this time. With Spain and Germany the heavy, heavy favorites to go through, Costa Rica will need an optimistic result against at smallest one of those sides as well as a win over Japan. Which is no easy feat in itself. The luck of the draw has not been kind to Costa Rica, who look to be gazing an early exit in the face.

FIFA World Cup Trophy Welcomed in Costa Rica

Yesterday, the Football World Cup Trophy was inwards in Costa Rica as part of its tour before the 2022 World Cup to be hosted by Qatar. Upon influx, the trophy was conservative by the President of the Republic. Rodrigo Chaves, and the head of the Costa Rican Soccer Federation, Rodolfo Villalobos. The trophy arrived after visiting South America for the past few days. Exactly, it visited Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Ecuador.

“It is one of the most recognized tournaments in the world, and it is also a tournament to unite, a competition that recognizes excellence, dedication, and courage, but particularly it is a festivity of all of us who love this lovely sport,” said President Rodrigo Chaves.

He also said he loved soccer because

“it is a sport where there is no demagogy or effect because the best side wins, and that’s how the world should be.”

The fable in charge of showing the trophy was previous Brazilian defender Lucimar da Silva Ferreira, also known as Lucio. He was crowned world winner in Korea and Japan in 2002. To know more about  Japan Vs Costa Rica Ticketsclick here.

FIFA World Cup Trophy Welcomed in Costa Rica
FIFA World Cup Trophy Welcomed in Costa Rica

“It is an honor to be on this tour with FIFA, who is doing an outstanding job, and we are grateful to everybody in Costa Rica for a warm and joyful welcome,” said the Brazilian soccer player.

The inaugural movement occurred in one of the Juan Santamaría International Airport lounges. Everyone will be able to knowledge the World Cup Tour today, November 3, at the National Stadium, where the official display will be held.

Qatar Football World Cup

This is the original trophy, which means it will be given to the next world winner in Qatar 2022; it is 36.8 centimeters high and weighs 6,142 kg, of which almost five kilos are made of 18-karat gilded. On the base, it has emblazoned all the world champions since 1974, when this trophy was first used.

“The FIFA World Cup™ Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola invitations football fans to view the most iconic symbol in football and knowledge of the real magic of the world’s largest. Most expected sporting event – the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.

The one-and-only, solid-gold Original FIFA World Cup™ Trophy, the same trophy obtainable by FIFA to the team winning the FIFA World Cup™, will be on display for fans universally to see,” pointed out FIFA. This is an excellent opportunity for all those who would like to see first-hand the trophy of the most significant event in the world of soccer.

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