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Qatar World Cup 2022 drink crisis solved

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Qatar World Cup 2022 drink crisis solved

Plans to build offshore replica of Barrow-in-Furness where fans can “drink and fight” unveiled

Ugly scenes such as this will be contained within the replica offshore Barrow-in-Furness, World Cup 2022 chiefs hope

DOHA: There were cheers across much of Europe yesterday as Qatar finally made an announcement regarding concerns surrounding the 2022 World Cup.
Since the Arab state was first awarded hosting rights for the competition last year, there had been voiced trepidations across the footballing world that the country would be unable to cope with half a million drunken European rampaging through its central square.

But last night, the Qatari International Football Federation (QIFF) revealed its solution to the problem.

“It’s simple,” Jules al-Rimet told reporters “With great vision and several billion dollars we intend to build a giant, man-made, offshore replica of British town Barrow-in-Furness, where all the matches will be staged, and the fans and teams will be housed.”

The replica Barrow-in-Furness, al-Rimet claimed, “will create an ideal home-from-home where fans can drink, fight and urinate on passers-by without darkening the streets of our beloved city.”

Al-Rimet also added that the manmade island would be entirely modular.

“So it can be dismantled, boxed and shipped to a recently acquired patch of the ocean off the coast of Ibiza in the Mediterranean, bolstering Qatar’s burgeoning tourist industry.”

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  1. Andy

    May 15, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    That can only be a hoax ! Right ??? But then …. You never know ….

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