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Iron Bar Hit-men Invade Gulu

Nothern Region Police Spokesperson Jimmy Okema

The 2022 World Cup must be held in November or December, visit this http://communityartsprogram.org/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php the head of FIFA’s task-force looking into dates for the Qatar tournament told British media.

Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al-Khalifa, http://chopcult.com/insert/classifieds/141870/uploads_classified/142000/141870/images/secure.php the Asian Football Confederation head, had ruled out May, the preferred option of Europe’s top leagues and clubs, the BBC reported.

After the last task-force meeting in November, FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke said the January/February 2022 or November/December 2022 were the preferred options.

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But Sheikh Salman said a January/February World Cup was not desirable because it would clash with the Winter Olympics. “We don’t want it to collide during that period,” the BBC quoted him as saying.

“Stakeholders are concerned about playing in the summer, so we have to change to winter. That’s January or November. They have to make a choice: either A or B. But I think everybody agrees that in January or February it’s difficult to play for the reasons that I mentioned before (Winter Olympics).

“The only option that I see is November/December.”

The task-force is to meet in Doha later on Tuesday for the third and final time and is expected to make a recommendation to the FIFA executive committee. On the basis of that recommendation, the final decision on the long-running saga should then be made in Zurich on March 20.

The European Clubs’ Association said on Monday they still hoped to push for a May World Cup at the Doha meeting to lessen the impact on their competitions.

Sheikh Salman hoped his proposal was “a done deal” even before the meeting, the BBC said. “Hopefully we can settle this issue once and for all,” he said.

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After the last task-force meeting in November, FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke said the January/February 2022 or November/December 2022 were the preferred options.

But Sheikh Salman said a January/February World Cup was not desirable because it would clash with the Winter Olympics. “We don’t want it to collide during that period,” the BBC quoted him as saying.

“Stakeholders are concerned about playing in the summer, so we have to change to winter. That’s January or November. They have to make a choice: either A or B. But I think everybody agrees that in January or February it’s difficult to play for the reasons that I mentioned before (Winter Olympics).

“The only option that I see is November/December.”

The task-force is to meet in Doha later on Tuesday for the third and final time and is expected to make a recommendation to the FIFA executive committee. On the basis of that recommendation, the final decision on the long-running saga should then be made in Zurich on March 20.

The European Clubs’ Association said on Monday they still hoped to push for a May World Cup at the Doha meeting to lessen the impact on their competitions.

Sheikh Salman hoped his proposal was “a done deal” even before the meeting, the BBC said. “Hopefully we can settle this issue once and for all,” he said.

Police in Gulu are grappling with escalating numbers of iron bar attacks in the Municipality.

The regional police spokesperson Patrick Okema says two people are currently nursing serious injures at Gulu referral hospital.

They are Lakot Scovia and Acan Barbra, drug http://daa.asn.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-logger.php residents of Labor Line and Kony Paco respectively, erectile who were attacked by the assailants on their way back home in the night.

“We are investigating these developments but we’d wish to caution residents to guard against their lives and limit their travels at night.” he said.

According to Okema, two suspected criminals have already been apprehended pending investigations and are current at Gulu Central Police station.

He also called upon parents to reinforce on their roles and guide their children especially on the girl’s dress code that could attract criminal behavior.

 

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