‘It’s Very Difficult’- Rohr Slams Wenger’s Plan For World Cup Every Two Years –


Super Eagles head coach Gernot Rohr has kicked against staging the FIFA World Cup every two years, insisting that the health of the players must be respected.

There is talk of having a World Cup every two years, rather than every four.


Arsene Wenger, who is Fifa’s Chief of Global Football Development, is championing the idea with football’s governing body looking to utilise vacant summers on the calendar.

“I think it is very difficult to make the World Cup every two years because you don’t have the time,” Rohr said in an interview with Elegbete TV.

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“The dates are already so fixed that you don’t have any time to do other qualifiers or other tournaments or playoffs. We only have 365 days in a year and we cannot play every day.

“But it is good that the next World Cup after Qatar there will be more teams to play. Africa, for example, will be having nine teams and not only…

Source: Complete Sports

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