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Qatar hosting of 2022 World Cup throws IMG/FA deal into doubt

Qatar hosting of 2022 World Cup throws IMG/FA deal into doubt

By: Frank Dunne

Posted:
13 Apr 2017
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Talks to finalise the long-form agreement for IMG’s deal with England’s Football Association have hit an impasse over an unexpected issue: the rescheduling of the FA Cup necessitated by the 2022 Fifa World Cup being moved to the winter.

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