Interview: Mohamed Bin Hammam

The man expected to challenge Sepp Blatter for FIFA presidency tells Al Jazeera that World Cup 2022 must be in summer.

    The most powerful man in Asian football tells Al Jazeera that "FIFA and the World Cup could be killed" if the Qatar 2022 tournament is moved to the winter.

    Mohamed Bin Hammam also called for "fresh blood" at the world governing body, and said that FIFA president Sepp Blatter was no longer able to defend the organisation.

    Andy Richardson reports.

    Broadcast on January 27, 2011.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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