Why Qatar’s last-minute flex over matchday booze is particularly telling | Football


It is a measure of how utterly squalid the Human Rights World Cup is shaping up to be that one of the few small pleasures match-going fans could look forward to apart from the actual football was a plastic cup of preposterously over-priced, weak, tasteless, bland, American-style lager with which to slake their thirst under the searing Doha sun. Normally a dry country where the guzzling of foaming shaft and assorted top-shelf beverages is not only frowned upon but largely forbidden, Qatar had agreed to relax their laws on alcohol consumption so that fans might be able…

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