Qatar Football World Cup: EFL Championship edges energetic with absurd fixture plans for next season due to Qatar World Cup

The FIFA World Cup 2022 will be in November and December giving clubs in the second round the dream of arriving at the mid-season break. Clubs in the EFL Championships Football clubs could be forced into the shoe-making program next season due to the Qatar football World Cup 2022.

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The tournament will be held from November 21 to December 18 next year for the first time when the Football World Cup did not take place in the normal months of May, June or July, due to the intense summer heat that occurred in the Gulf province.

The knock is that there will be a month-long break to play for clubs in the second round, due to international calls. A report in the Mail indicates that the 2022-23 Championship season will end on November 12 before returning on December 10 when the Qatar World Cup is in the quarter-finals.

But next month will mean the first day July 30, when teams will have to gather in their first 21 league games before November. This is before the addition of the Carabao Cup matches, which could boast a total of up to 24 games. The deadline to ensure that the season ends is scheduled for May, allowing play-offs to take place at their regular bank holiday resort at the end of that month. For more to know about Qatar World Cup Tickets Click here.

The 2019-20 season saw the Championship, like all other leagues, suspended due to the Covid-19 epidemic. It returned in June with the remaining games played until August, which delayed the start of the 2020-21 season. This summer was the first real break for many players but the proposed plans for next season would mean a little more rest.

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The Championship manager told Mail, that the season of 46 games and all the cup games that come with it is brutal. Last season, while thanks to Covid, was the worst time we have ever had. We thought we would never see the worst and yet we have these suggestions that can only be described as crazy. The players have been scattered since last season now we want to shorten the summer break and squeeze it into a normal end date?

Why not extend the season? It doesn’t make sense. An EFL spokesman said: The league has been in contact with its clubs for the past two years as we seek to find the most sensible and effective solutions for next season’s calendar. Last summer saw 22 players from the Championship to Euro 2020, in nine competing countries.

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