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Qatar “happy to settle” for darts world cup if FIFA thing doesn’t work out


Qatar “happy to settle” for darts world cup if FIFA thing doesn’t work out

Sources reveal lowering of sporting aspirations following World Cup scandal

DOHA: With football’s world governing body under pressure to annul Qatar’s successful bid to host the 2022 World Cup, sources have revealed the gas-rich Gulf state would be willing to lower its sporting aspirations if necessary.

According to an article in Buzzfeed Middle East, Qatari Sporting Authorities would be happy settle on smaller international events should FIFA’s decision see the tournament hosted elsewhere.

“To be honest, with all the bad press we’ve been getting we’d be glad of anything really,” an insider told the news website. “Snooker, Scrabble, darts… we’d definitely be happy to hold the darts world cup if the FIFA thing didn’t work out.”

The source later suggested that, were Qatar to host the international darts tournament, the country would build 12 dedicated open-air darts stadiums, each with an 80,000 capacity and featuring state-of-the-art outdoor cooling technology.

Dart’s international governing body the World Darts Federation has since admitted to being “gravely concerned” about Qatar’s strict alcohol licensing laws and the effect of its extreme summer temperatures on the sport’s mostly obese fanbase.



  1. Paddy (The Powerhouse) O'Twattery (Irish darts champion).

    June 10, 2014 at 9:55 am

    Oh dear……dont go for darts Qatar. Beer drinking, bacon buttie eating, offemsive language, scantily dressed groupies, gambling and smoking. Surely not Qatar in your clean corrupt free society. And the dart throwers are obese and wear oversized shirts (oh but you are used to that bit!

  2. Anonymous

    June 11, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    I bet they could get it for only 250K in small bills!

    • darter

      June 12, 2014 at 10:31 am

      All you need is to shout a jug of pale ale and a bucket of curry sausages (each) to sway the favour of the World Darts Federation!

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