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2022 World Cup
Did you know that famed play-by-play man Gus Johnson has called 12 San Jose Earthquakes games on radio in the past year? Probably not, because we don’t know too many people that pay attention to the MLS, let alone the San Jose Earthquakes, let alone on radio. Turns out, though, that this all has a higher purpose.
When FIFA awarded the tiny nation of Qatar the 2022 World Cup, outrage prevailed…and that was before anyone thought about the nation’s potentially-unplayable conditions.
For all the consternation over Qatar’s winning 2022 World Cup bid, if some of the technology being proposed for the tournament comes to fruition…wow.
As it’s possible you’ve heard, Qatar won the right today to host the 2022 World Cup, beating out the United States to do it. Immediately, heads exploded. Here’s how a few people saw things.
Earlier today, FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced that Qatar (Qatar!) will host the 2022 World Cup. Simultaneously, everyone who watched the announcement asked: where and what is a Qatar?