World Cup 2022 Live: Gambia Federation files complaint against Belmadi, after his remarks on dam referee

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Algeria: The Gambian Federation files complaint against Belmadiq

The 2022 World Cup play-off between Algeria and Cameroon continues. The Gambia Football Federation announced on Wednesday that it had filed a complaint against Fenex coach Jamel Belmadi. The Gambian referee of the dam later made controversial remarks about Bekri Gassama.

“The Federation has filed an official complaint with the Algerian Football Federation on this subject, and has officially requested FIFA and CAF to initiate an investigation and disciplinary proceedings against the head coach of the football club. Algerian national football team Mr. Jamel Based on Belmadi above, we asked the Algerian Union to issue a public statement condemning Mr. Belmadi’s actions and all verbal attacks against Mr. Gassama by the Algerian people, and to prevent further negative remarks and threats to its officials and citizens. against the person of Mr. Gassama, otherwise his federation will be held responsible and participatory for any damages which may be caused to them,” a statement from GFF wrote.

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Big cleanup in Algeria but Belmadi remains

Big clean-up in the Algerian Union. After Cameroon dismantled the dam, all federal offices, including the President, resigned. Belmadi, on the other hand, continues to hold the position on the bench of the Fenekes.

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Inspection and negotiation for working conditions… On the footsteps of CGT in Qatar

A delegation from the CGT, a French labor union, visited Doha this week to see some progress in the working conditions of workers at construction sites, noting gray areas.

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“FIFA Has Nothing To Offer” But Infantino Doesn’t Bury World Cup Project Every Two Years

Gianni Infantino took advantage of the FIFA Congress in Doha this Thursday to address the question of the World Cup every two years. The president of the international body recalled that it had never proposed such a project, even though it had studied its feasibility and initiated consultations with football players.

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Appeal filed by Algeria after its elimination

Algeria has not digested its loss in the play-off against Cameroon and is filing an appeal for arbitration.

>>> MORE INFORMATION ON APPEAL

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Deschamps and Blues employees are in Doha

French team chief Didier Deschamps arrived in Doha last night. Federation President Noel Le Grete is also on site for the 72nd FIFA Congress that began this morning. A press conference by Gianni Infantino is expected. Draw on Friday at 6pm.

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And to spend his free time, Didier Deschamps will visit various base camps during these few days. A capital location for an international competition. Two camps are on schedule today, the other just before the draw tomorrow. Visiting one establishment is in downtown Doha and the other two are further west in Doha.

One of these two establishments in the West is of particular interest to Blues employees. An option would have been placed later as well. The French ambassador to Qatar is also in permanent contact with the FFF to organize this passage of staff to Doha during the draw, but also to prepare for the Blues’ arrival just before and five days before the 2022 World Cup. match..

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All caps are known for the draw

The formalization of the FIFA rankings makes it possible to know the composition of the caps for the draw for this Friday’s World Cup.

>>> Structure of the caps

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Belgium no longer tops FIFA rankings

In the FIFA rankings published on Thursday, Brazil has overtaken Belgium to be at new number. France completes the podium.

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>>> Details on the New FIFA Rankings

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Russian Federation “is not going to hide”

Alexey Sorokin, representing the Russian Football Federation, is present at the FIFA Congress on Thursday. He warned that despite the war in Ukraine and condemnation from FIFA, which specifically suspended Russia for the World Cup play-offs, the Russian Federation is “not going to hide”.

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World Cup organization warning at Southgate

The organizers did not appreciate the doubts expressed by England coach Gareth Southgate: “My question is: who from the England team came to Qatar? Al-Khtar asks sky game, My question to the coach: Has he gone to Qatar? Does he base his opinions and public statements on what he reads? Because if you base your opinion and talk too loudly on what you read then it is a problem. A very influential person, like Southgate, someone with a large audience who listens to him, must choose his words very carefully.”

>>> His long comment

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Rothen and Anelka’s tribute to Belmadi after their exit from Algeria

At the Rothen Ignite event, Wednesday on RMC, Jerome Rothen and Nicolas Anelka wanted to salute the work of Algerian premier Jemel Belmadi. Technician’s future remains uncertain, following Fenex’s brutal elimination in the 2022 World Cup play-off against Cameroon on Tuesday evening.

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New Zealand move closer to Qatar (thanks to a former OM player)

New Zealand won the Oceania qualifying final by easily dominating the Solomon Islands (5-0) in Doha on Wednesday with a brace from former Marseillas Bill Tuiloma. In June, she will meet with a representative of the CONCACAF zone, the final challenger on the road to the 2022 World Cup.

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29 out of 32 eligible countries

We now know 29 out of 32 for the next World Cup in Qatar, after tickets won by Mexico and the United States on Wednesday at the CONCACAF arena. The posters of the dams have almost been recorded.

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welcome everybody

The 2022 World Cup will begin in Qatar (from November 21 to December 22) in less than eight months. After hotly contested matches in Europe and Africa, 29 of the 32 countries that qualified for the competition are now known. Follow all the news live on The Indian Paper while you await Friday’s group stage draw in Doha.

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