World Cup Grounding Stoppage | What is that? Explain in this article and who did this 2022!
World Cup Grounding stoppage
Back in India at the World Cup Grounding, while the nation awaits the start of the show, a few members of the football community are having difficulty organizing local or regional competitions. The Kerala Football Association (KFA) is experiencing difficulty obtaining venues for its Youth League games.
Many corporations and even the state government have announced World Cup Grounding-related activities. The firms have reserved stadiums and grounds for open-air watching or sponsored events, while the government has reserved additional locations for training of fans aged 10 to 12 as part of its One Million Goal initiative. For ten days, the youngsters will be offered basic football instruction at 1,000 different locations at the World Cup Grounding. The game in Kerala has been halted due to various government or corporate bookings. KFA secretary Anil Kumar P is pleased yet frustrated since the U-13 and U-18 competitions have been postponed for a month.
“Every venue has been reserved at the World Cup Grounding. We require at least 14 fields to run these games, but we have informed the All India Football Federation (AIFF) that we would be delaying the leagues for a month,” Kumar says. “We are pleased that everyone is participating, and this would be a celebration for the fans, but locating grounds has been our most difficult task.” I also get close to 50 calls every day from people looking for FIFA tickets to fly to Qatar! “What can we say, this is the beauty of the World Cup,” the KFA secretary said.
If the big-money major leagues throughout Europe and other continents take a winter vacation to accommodate this year’s super event, youth competitions may come to a halt at the World Cup Grounding. When the Globe Cup starts, football throughout the world must come to a halt.
The show-stopping moments
Lionel Messi: The Argentine wizard will be seen in white and light blue for the last time before retiring after the World Cup Grounding. Argentina’s captain would want to go on a positive note with the FIFA World Cup Trophy.
Cristiano Ronaldo: The Portuguese striker has been chastised for his poor performances for both Manchester United and his nation, with many wondering whether age is finally catching up with him. Teams would be well not to underestimate this goal-scorer, as he is still dangerous and astute in the opposing half.
Kylian Mbappe: The world’s highest paid player, Mbappe, whose blistering speed decimated several opponents when France won the World Cup in 2018, will be the one to watch. Angry by criticism in Paris for his run-ins with PSG executives, the 23-year-old would want to replicate his form in Qatar in order to reestablish his image as a team player.
Neymar: The Brazilian has recovered his form just in time. The striker, who has had a hit-or-miss career since moving from Barcelona to PSG, has outscored both Messi and Mbappe in Paris this year and will seek to replicate the magic as Brazil vies for a record sixth championship.
Karim Benzema: The seasoned striker for Real Madrid and France dethroned several established players by winning the Ballon d’Or (the most coveted individual award) while guiding his club to La Liga and Champions League crowns.
Celebrities who will be absent
Ibrahimovic, Zlatan ‘God’
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 41, of Sweden, who famously said after signing for Manchester United, ‘I won’t be the King of Manchester, I will be the God of Manchester,’ will not be in Qatar, since Sweden was knocked out of the play-offs by Poland.
One of the most notable absences will be the French midfielder. Following knee surgery, the Juventus star has been ruled out. Pogba and N’Golo Kante, who are both out with hamstring injuries, will be missed by their teammates and supporters.
Egypt’s Mo Salah, a Liverpool star, might be on TV for an Arabic broadcaster after missing a penalty against Senegal in the play-off. The striker was one of three players who failed to score from the penalty spot. Egypt was defeated 1-3 in the play-off.
Norway’s hottest property, striker Erling Haaland (22) will be missing due to his team’s failure to qualify. The Manchester City striker scored over 20 goals and is expected to fill the vacuum left by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
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