2022 FIFA World Cup Temperature Problems
Medical committee chairman Michel D?Hooghe will advise FIFA that the extreme heat of the Qatari summer poses too great a risk to supporters.
?The World Cup is about more than games and players,? said D?Hooghe. ?I am sure the Qataris have the technical skill to organize a tournament where teams could play and train in a stable, acceptable temperature, but it?s about the fans.
?They will need to travel from venue to venue and I think it?s not a good idea for them to do that in temperatures of 47C or more.?
The topic of when the 2022 World Cup will be played remains one of great debate.
Source: Mike Prindiville, NBC Sports