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Qatar: Tunisian fans light up the atmosphere in the “Souq Waqif”

Doha: Tunisian fans stole the spotlight on Friday with their wonderful presence at Souq Waqif, to celebrate the arrival date of the Tunisian team in Doha to participate in the 2022 World Cup, which is the sixth participation of the Carthage Eagles at the FIFA World Cup. The Tunisian Football Association recently announced the program of the last preparatory phase for the participation of the Tunisian team in the World Cup finals by entering in a retreat in Dammam, in Saudi Arabia. The final list of players who will represent the national team at the World Cup will be revealed on Sunday 14th of this month, the last date set by the International Football Association “FIFA”. The Tunisian team will play its World Cup matches in Group D alongside Denmark, France and Australia, and will begin its second consecutive appearance against Denmark on 22 of the same month. The Tunisian team had played 3 friendlies with the teams of Chile, Japan and Brazil in the first phase of preparation. With the continuation of the great atmosphere of celebration for the fans of the teams participating in the “Arab World Cup”, yesterday the Senegalese fans were also present, while on the Corniche in Doha and in front of the countdown were the fans of Brazil and Argentina. , while in the course of Lusail there were some fans from Ghana and Spain. The wonderful gathering of the Tunisian Association in Qatar took place in Souq Waqif, in in the midst of a large presence of the Tunisian community in Qatar, while many satellite channels have wanted to film the encouragement of the Carthage Eagles audience and have conducted many enthusiastic fan meetings. Al-Nusour fans expressed full confidence in coach Jalal Al-Qadri’s battalion to honor Tunisian and Arab football, despite group difficulties. The German news agency (Dpa) wanted to be present among Tunisian fans and monitor their impressions of the World Cup and the fate of the Tunisian team. Initially, Rachid Ferjani said the task is difficult but not impossible, hoping that the Carthage Eagles manage to write history and reach a unique milestone for Tunisian football on Qatar soil. Meanwhile, Talal Dabbaghy, head of the Sports Committee of the Tunisian Community Association in Qatar said the team will enjoy the support of a large and unprecedented mass of the community and also the Arab masses. He added: “We have great confidence in our team and, God willing, through this great support, the team will fulfill their hopes and ambitions and, because they won’t qualify for the second round, God willing.” While Sonia, who has been living for years in Qatar said: “I am very happy because the World Cup will be held in the country in where I live. The atmosphere will be very great and I am happy because a large number of Tunisian fans have come to Doha to watch the World Cup. Today we lived together in a wonderful atmosphere of enthusiasm, with the members of the community. “He added:” We are trying as much as possible to prepare ourselves in the best possible way in so that we are also ready to support our team in the World Cup to raise the Tunisian’s head “. (Dpa)


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