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THE World Cup in Qatar is eight weeks or 57 days away. Whether you are pro or against the country hosting the tournament or dislike FIFA due to their corruption scandal; or perhaps you just hate that this year’s tournament is disrupting your regular football schedule; you can expect the rest of the world to tune in to the biggest sports competition.

Come November, you and I will watch it too. After all, what else are football fans left to do?

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