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FIFA World Cup Match FIXING? Qatar vs Ecuador Match fixed requirements Regional Head of BRITISH Center Middle East Studies

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FIFA World Cup Match FIXING: Qatar 2022 World Cup – FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 begins on Sunday. And two days before…

FIFA World Cup Match Fixing: Qatar 2022 World Cup – FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 begins on Sunday. And two days before the opening ceremony in Doha, more rumors and speculation are circulating that the host nation Qatar tried to bribe its rival, Ecuador. It has already not been a great prelude to football’s biggest event being held in a nation with an appalling human rights record. And the last thing the world’s highest football governing body needs at the moment are these match-fixing allegations. CHECK FIFA World Cup 2022 LIVE and FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony LIVE updates with Akashera.IN

FIFA World Cup Match FIXING? Qatar vs Ecuador Match Fixed Claims Regional Director of BRITISH Center Middle East Studies, Says “Qatar Officials Paid $7.4 MN Bribes to Players”: CHECK OUT

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The British Center for Middle East Studies regional director has alleged that Qatar paid eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose the opening match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

On 20 November at the Al Bayt stadium, the tournament kicks off with a match between Qatar and Ecuador. But some serious allegations have surfaced before the game. The regional director of the British Center for Middle East Studies, Amjad Taha, tweeted on Thursday:

“Exclusive: Qatar bribed eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose opener (1-0 2nd half). Five Qatar and Ecadour insiders confirmed this. We hope it’s fake. We hope sharing this will affect the result. The world should oppose FIFA corruption.”

Although Marc Owen Jones later refuted Taha’s report. Jones teaches as an assistant professor at Qatar’s Haman Bin Khalifa University. He claims that Taha is an unreliable source who is deliberately disseminating false information.

So far, no one has confirmed Taha’s claims. However, Front Office Sports claims that FIFA is becoming more concerned about match-fixing and expects over $100 billion in stakes (betting) on ​​the competition.

FIFA World Cup Match FIXING? Qatar vs Ecuador Match Fixed Claims Regional Director of BRITISH Center Middle East Studies, Says “Qatar Officials Paid $7.4 MN Bribes to Players”: CHECK OUT

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