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FIFA Launched Online Platfoarm For Public Viewing Events 

FIFA has these days launched a new on line platform created for tournament organisers who choose to stage public viewing occasions at some point of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.

The on line device permits candidates to publish data about the tournament to be staged and check whether or not their tournament requires a license or not. More unique small print on these classifications are defined in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Public Viewing Regulations, posted on the platform.

All costs accrued by means of FIFA from Commercial Public Viewing Event Licenses will be donated to a charity of its choice.

Nzonzi: France were so relaxed ahead of the 2018 Final

Steven Nzonzi is composed, calm and thoughtful, or at least that is how he comes across in his interview with FIFA+.

While his eyes light up on recollecting the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, which he won with France, Nzonzi is measured when the talk turns to this year’s edition, scheduled to run from 21 November to 18 December in his new home of Qatar, and his prospects of being part of it.

At 33, the midfielder, who currently plays for Al Rayyan in the Qatar Stars League, takes one game at a time and prefers not to worry about his international future. Asked if he expected to be called upon again by Didier Deschamps this year, he simply says: "We’ll see what happens." As for a possible involvement at Qatar 2022, "Why not?" he replies.

Formerly on the books of Roma, Galatasaray, Rennes and Sevilla, with whom he won the UEFA Europa League in 2016, Nzonzi was happy to talk about his memories of Russia 2018 and the atmosphere within the France squad there. He also shared his memories of the Final against Croatia, where he replaced N'Golo Kante for the final 35 minutes, as well as the footballing role models who inspired him as a youngster. 

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