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Jun 15, 2015

“FIFA has a secret plan to hold 2018 World Cup tournament in Qatar”

“FIFA has a secret plan to hold 2018 World Cup tournament in Qatar”

According to the article, it seems that the U.S. has an intention of depriving Russia of the right to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament.to have the tournament held in Qatar.
If there is no evidence for Russia’s bribery and there is no legal basis for depriving Russia of the right, the U.S. is going to deprive Russia of the right to host the tournament by passing the buck to Russia alone “in case of escalation of the conflict in Ukraine.”
However, as time goes by, the truth of what is happening in Ukraine will be known. Therefore, it is likely that things will not go as the U.S. wishes.

Masatoshi Takeshita
June 11, 2015


English Translation of the Japanese version of Russia NOW – June 10, 2015 –

“FIFA has a secret plan to hold 2018 World Cup tournament in Qatar”

The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) has developed a secret plan to hold 2018 Word Cup tournament in Qatar. According to the Spanish newspaper “AS”, Russia may be deprived of the right to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament in case of escalation of the conflict in Ukraine.

According to the newspaper, FIFA leadership secretly asked the government of Qatar to accelerate the construction of the necessary infrastructure to be ready by 2018, not by 2011.

According to the 2022 World Cup organization committee sources, “it is unlikely that 2018 World Cup Russia will be postponed. Even if it should happen, we will be ready to hold the tournament in Qatar.”

Before the announcement, on June 10, Chief of Presidential Administration Sergei Ivanov had said that he believed the World Cut Russia would be held.

On June 8, FIFA announced that there is no legal basis for depriving Russia of the right to host the 2018 World Cup at the moment. FIFA’s Compliance Committee Chief Domenico Scala stressed that the World Cup can only be moved to another country in case there’s evidence for bribes.

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Most part of this article is reprinted from the following source.


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