FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: The team has shown total commitment on the training ground, says coach Stimac- As Doha’s Blue Tigers prepare for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifiers, coach Igor Stimak emphasized the health standards that define international football during the pandemic.
The next games are scheduled to take place from June 3 onwards. Asian champions India will play Qatar on June 3, Bangladesh on June 7 and Afghanistan on June 15, and all three matches will be played at Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Doha. “These are tough times, and there are a number of safety regulations that have been in place, which we are working on,” Stimac said in a statement from the AIFF.
“I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the Qatari government for allowing us to train in Doha under these circumstances, and to the Qatari Federation for hosting us in such difficult times. Qatar is the future host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and we are aware that they have some wonderful facilities here for the soccer teams. “.
Stimak pointed out that the current situation everywhere is a source of motivation for his children to perform well on the field.
“We don’t have to do anything extra to motivate them. They are all very good professionals and I have no problem raising their spirits.”
“They are well aware of the situation and have shown full commitment on the training ground.” Stimac said, “I can assure you that they will do everything they can to do a good job on the field.”
They are very aware of what is happening in India. Many families are suffering now. We have a chance to make the people of India happy with our performance. “We need to seize this opportunity and bring back some smiles on people’s faces,” Stimac concluded.
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