Fans ignored the 2022 World Cup, Qatar will fill the arenas with Pakistanis

Fans ignored the 2022 World Cup, Qatar will fill the arenas with Pakistanis

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The extremely strict rules and total ban scared off the fans from all over the world to attend the tournament.

It looks like the organizers of the World Cup in Qatar have gone too far with the total ban. The restrictions became so severe that they simply scared away fans of other teams from visiting the country.

So, in Qatar, they face a huge problem of empty stands, which in turn causes a loss of reputation for the Arab country.

Instead of relaxing the strict rules, the organizers decided to take a different path. Qatar gets fans from Pakistan to fill stadiums. Sporx reported it.

At the same time, this “solution” of the problem will cost the organizers a lot of money. The government will pay each “fan” 10 dollars a day, give him 3 meals a day and free housing. In addition, each fan was given a t-shirt and flag of the countries they would support.

If this is not enough, then a few hours before the match there will still be empty seats in the stadiums – foreign workers from nearby construction sites will be invited to the podium with their wages preserved.

Remember that the World Cup starts tomorrow, November 20. Meanwhile, Qatar, two days before the start of the tournament, requires FIFA to ban the sale of beer in stadiums.

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