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FIFA officials would have been happy to see host nation of the next men’s World Cup in 2022, Qatar, inaugurate one of the venues to be used for the competition in three years’ time on Thursday.

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Qatar inaugurated the first of seven new World Cup 2022 stadiums, just weeks before a crucial FIFA summit will decide whether to expand the tournament and potentially push it beyond the tiny Gulf state’s borders to accommodate a larger format.

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Boasting a 40,000 capacity, the Al Janoub stadium was packed by fans who came to behold the venue with sitting arrangement of the stadium made to resemble the sail of a dhow, or traditional wooden sailboat, to cheer on Qatari teams playing in the final of the Emir Cup, a local tournament for the country’s club sides.

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The inauguration comes as world ’s governing body floats a plan to expand the next World Cup to 48 teams from 32, which could require a last-minute co-host with Qatar despite a protracted dispute between Qatar and some of its neighbours, bans on alcohol and a lack of facilities restricting likely candidates.

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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have imposed a political and trade boycott on Qatar since mid-2017, accusing it of supporting terrorism, which Doha denies.

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That diplomatic rift has strained efforts by FIFA Gianni Infantino to push for a suitable Word Cup co-host even as qualifying matches begin early next month.

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FIFA will host its annual in Paris on June 5, where it is expected to make a final call on the expansion, though any decision must be signed off by Qatar, the first Arab country to win hosting rights for the tournament in 2010.

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The finals will start in November 2022, having been moved from the usual June-July slot to avoid the searing summer heat.

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Al Janoub, a fully air-conditioned stadium which kept the temperature 10 degrees lower than the 29 Celsius outside, was called Al Wakrah after the city just south of Doha. However, Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani tweeted before the match that it was being renamed.

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Qatar has pushed ahead with an ambitious scale-up of its infrastructure ahead of 2022 that includes $6-8 billion on stadiums and sporting facilities, part of efforts to use the tournament to diversify its energy and project itself on to the world stage through .

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So far here is the complete and confirmed list of players moving in and out the English league this /20 season.

Arsenal

In:

Gabriel Martinelli – Ituano Futebol Clube, undisclosed

Ben Sheaf – Doncaster, loan

Aaron Ramsey – Juventus, free

Petr Cech – retired

Danny Welbeck – released

Stephan Lichtsteiner – released

Cohen Bramall – released

Charlie Gilmour – released

Julio Pleguezuelo – released

Jordi Osei-Tutu – VfL Bochum, loan

Daniel Ballard – Swindon, loan

David Ospina – Napoli, £5m

Aston Villa

In:

Ezri Konsa – Brentford, £12m

Tyrone Mings – Bournemouth, £20m

Kortney Hause – Wolves, £3million

Wesley – Club Brugge, undisclosed

Anwar El Ghazi – Lille, £7.5million

Jota – Birmingham, undisclosed

Matt Targett – Southampton, undisclosed

Out:

Corey Blackett-Taylor – Tranmere, free

Harry McKirdy – Carlisle, free

Tommy Elphick – Huddersfield, free

Gary Gardner – Birmingham, undisclosed

Ross McCormack – released

Albert Adomah – Nottingham Forest, free

Mark Bunn – released

Ritchie De Laet – released

Alan Hutton – released

Mile Jedinak – released

Micah Richards – released

Glenn Whelan – released

Matija Sarkic – Livingston, loan

Bournemouth

In:

Out:

Marc Pugh – released

Mikael Ndjoli – Gillingham, loan

Emerson Hyndman – Atlanta United, loan

Tyrone Mings – Aston Villa, £20m

Connor Mahoney – Millwall, undisclosed

Brighton & Hove Albion

In:

Leandro Trossard – Genk, undisclosed

Matt Clarke – Portsmouth, undisclosed

Out:

Bruno – retired

David Ajiboye – released

Jonah Ayunga – released

Tyler Forbes – released

Dessie Hutchinson – released

Reece Meekums – released

Rian O’Sullivan – released

Will Collar – Hamilton Academical, loan

Alexis Mac Allister – Boca Juniors, loan

Ben White – Leeds United, loan

Burnley

In:

Erik Pieters – Stoke, undisclosed

Joel Senior – Curzon Ashton, undisclosed

Out:

Stephen Ward – Stoke, free

Anders Lindegaard – released

Jon Walters – retired

Peter Crouch – released

Mark Howarth – released

Chelsea

In:

Mateo Kovacic – Real Madrid, £40million

Out:

Eden Hazard – Real Madrid, £89m

Christian Pulisic – Borussia Dortmund, arrived from loan

Kylian Hazard – Cercle Brugge, undisclosed

Marcin Bulka – Paris St-Germain, free

Tomas Kalas – Bristol City, undisclosed

Fankaty Dabo – Coventry, free

Brad Collins – Barnsley, free

Jay Dasilva – Bristol City, £2.1m

Victorian Angban – Metz, £5.4m

Ola Aina – Torino, undisclosed

Gary Cahill – released

Rob Green – retired

Todd Kane – released

Eduardo – released

Kyle Scott – released

Joseph Colley – released

Ruben Sammut – Sunderland, free

Marcin Bulka – Paris Saint-German, free

Nathan Baxter – Ross County, loan

Richard Nartey – Burton, loan

Victor Moses – Fenerbahce, loan

Alvaro Morata – Atletico Madrid, loan

Mario Pasalic – Atalanta loan

Charly Musonda – Vitesse, loan

Nathan – Atletico Mineira, loan

Crystal Palace

In:

Stephen Henderson – Nottingham Forest, free

Out:

Julian Speroni – released

Jason Puncheon – released

Bakary Sako – released

Ollie O’Dwyer – Aldershot, free

Joseph Hungbo – released

Tyler Brown – released

Levi Lumeka – Varzim, undisclosed

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Manchester United, undisclosed

Everton

In:

Fabian Delph – Man City, £10million

Andre Gomes – Barcelona, £22million

Jonas Lossl – Huddersfield, free

Out:

Antonee Robinson – Wigan, undisclosed

Korede Adedoyin – Hamilton, loan

Kieran Dowell – Derby, loan

Joao Virginia – Reading, loan

Luke Garbutt – Ipswich, loan

Brendan Galloway – Luton, free

Phil Jagielka – Sheffield United, free

Ashley Williams – released

Harry Charsley – released

Boris Mathis – released

Mateusz Hewelt – released

Shayne Lavery – released

Jack Kiersey – Walsall, free

Danny Bramall – released

Joe Hilton – released

Chris Renshaw – released

Jonjoe Kenny – Schalke, loan

Nikola Vlasic – CSKA Moscow, undisclosed

Leicester City

In:

James Justin – Luton Town, undisclosed

Out:

Lamine Kaba Sherif – Accrington, free

Danny Simpson – released

Shinji Okazaki – released

Liverpool

In:

Sepp van den Berg – PEC Zwolle, £1.3million

Out:

Kamil Grabara – Huddersfield, loan

Sheyi Ojo – Rangers, loan

Alberto Moreno – Villarreal, free

Daniel Sturridge – released

Adam Bogdan – released

Connor Randall – released

Rafael Camacho – Sporting CP, £5million

Marko Grujic – Hertha BSC, loan

Conor Masterson – QPR, free

Danny Ings – Southampton, £20m

Sheffield United

In:

Phil Jagielka – Everton, free

Luke Freeman – QPR, undisclosed

Callum Robinson – Sheffield United, undisclosed

Out:

Tyler Smith – Bristol Rovers, loan

Jake Eastwood – Scunthorpe, loan

Paul Coutts – released

Martin Crainie – released

Conor Washington – released

Daniel Lafferty – released

Caolan Lavery – released

Southampton

In:

Moussa Djenepo – Standard Liege, £14million

Che Adams – Birmingham City, undisclosed

Danny Ings – Liverpool, £20million

Out:

Sam Gallagher – Blackburn, undisclosed

Jack Rose – Walsall, loan

Steven Davis – Rangers, free

Matt Targett – Aston Villa, undisclosed

Tottenham Hotspur

In:

Jack Clarke – Leeds, £10million

Kion Etete – Notts County, undisclosed

Out:

Jack Clarke – Leeds, loan

Connor Ogilvie – Gillingham, undisclosed

Michel Vorm – released

Dylan Duncan – released

Charlie Freeman – released

Tom Glover – released

Jamie Reynolds – released

Luke Amos – Queens Park Rangers, loan

Watford

In:

Bayli Spencer-Adams – free

Craig Dawson – West Brom, undisclosed

Out:

Michael Folivi – Wimbledon, loan

Tommie Hoban – released

Miguel Britos – released

Obbi Oulare – Standard Liege, undisclosed

Ashley Charles – released

Andrew Eleftheriou – released

Sam Howes – released

Tom Leighton – released

Joy Mukena – released

Michael Mullings – released

Kai Sanders – released

Sam Sesay – released

Ryan Suckling – released

Ben Tricker – released

Jerome Sinclair – VVV-Venlo, loan

West Ham United

In:

Pablo Fornals – Villarreal, £24million

Roberto – Espanyol, free

David Martin – Millwall, undisclosed

Out:

Sam Byram – Norwich, undisclosed

Marko Arnautovic – Shanghai SIPG, £23m

Edimilson Fernandes – FSV Mainz, undisclosed

Nathan Trott – AFC Wimbledon, loan

Josh Pask – Coventry, free

Adrian – released

Andy Carroll – released

Samir Nasri – Anderlecht, free

Toni Martinez – released

Moses Makasi – released

Noha Sylvestre – released

Vashon Neufville – released

Lucas Perez – Alaves, undisclosed

Wolverhampton Wanderers

In:

Raul Jimenez – Benfica, undisclosed

Hong – Yeovil Town, undisclosed

Raphael Nya – PSG, undisclosed

Leander Dendoncker – Anderlecht, undisclosed

Out:

Ivan Cavaleiro – Fulham, loan

Sherwin Seedorf – Motherwell, free

Helder Costa – Leeds, loan

Ryan Giles – Shrewsbury, loan

Joe Mason – MK Dons, free

Ethan Ebanks-Landell – Shrewsbury Town, undisclosed

Kevin Berkoe – Oxford, free

Michal Zyro – released

Carlos Heredia – released

Ben Goodliffe – released

Aaron Hayden – released

Diego Lattie – released

Enzo Sauvage – released

Christian Herc – Viktoria Plzen, loan

Kortney Hause – Aston Villa, undisclosed

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The transfer market is full of stories, recently a Turkish club sign a new player but something goes wrong.
The market of signings in Europe can convulse with so many names that are rumoured, the clubs must be very attentive to the movements that they make because the resumes of the soccer players come and go and can even be confused.
This happened to Menemenspor, a second division club in Turkey, who announced in recent days a major signing, but things changed quickly when he realized that the player was not what he appeared to be.
Of course, the soccer player did not blame him. It turns out that Menemenspor wanted to incorporate Lamin Jallow, a player born in Gambia and who plays for Salernitana in Serie B of Italy. Thus, the emissaries of the club of Turkey began the contacts to contract.
After days of talks, Jallow travelled to Turkey, performed the medical tests, signed his contract and was presented, with official photo and T-shirt, as a new Menemenspor player. But to our surprise, the Turkish leaders realized a serious mistake: the Jallow they signed was not Lamin, it was Alpha, a footballer of the GD Alcochtense, club of the Regional First of Setúbal, in Portugal.
But the Turkish club did a trick to correct his mistake and terminate the contract of Alpha Jallow, pretending that the player had a problem in medical examinations and thus having an excuse to reverse their relationship.

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