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  1. Next Wednesday's draw will not only be for round 1 and 2, but also the positions in which the 8 teams will play in the octagonal and therefore will determine the match schedule. Considering the match schedule positions 5 and 6 seem to be the best
  2. The draw has been rescheduled for August 19 http://www.rpctv.com/marearoja/FIFA-reprograma-Eliminatorias-Concacaf-agosto_0_1381661821.html
  3. Haiti, a possible rival of Canada in the second round of WCQ, is negotiating two friendly matches for the month of September
  4. By the way, that canceled goal of Atiba at min 83 was it offside or not?
  5. Sorry about the quality. It is a capture pic of the video of Mr Chip
  6. @Olympique_de_Marseille For being a pentagonal, 10 games will be played. 5 games between October 5-13 and 5 games between November 9-17. (In the capture of the Mr Chip graph it appears in the lower left)
  7. Ok here you answer: Octuber 5-13: Canada away vs 4 and at home vs 3. November 9-17: Canada away vs 5 and at home vs 2 Check min 3.35
  8. It remains to know the answer to certain questions: 1.When will the draw take place. 2. Against which teams the 2 home and 2 away games will be played . 3. For being a pentagonal, 5 FIFA dates must be played in October and November, not 4 dates as reported
  9. More news: Manuel Farias, President of fepafut reported that Panama's local games will be played behind closed doors in October and November. And they are looking for locations in the countryside such as Penonomé or David. Both are some of the hottest places here.
  10. For next Monday, July 27, we will have a new format according to local media. In fact, the fepafut (Panamanian Football federation) was waiting for the confirmation of the beginning of Concacaf qualifiers to choose its new coach: the Danish Thomas Christiansen. https://www.laestrella.com.pa/deportes/futbol/200722/200723-thomas-christiansen-nuevo-dt-seleccion-futbol-panama And according to the media today, the format will be a little different from what was public yesterday. First round: 6 groups of 5 countries. Each country will play 4 games: two at home and two on the road. Second round: The six group winners will meet in March in round-trip matches that will be previously drawn to define the 3 winners. Final Round: Octagonal with Mexico, Honduras, USA, Costa Rica and Jamaica and the 3 winners of previous rounds. (About first round it remains only to guess how they will define which teams will play the 2 games at home and the 2 on the road ... They may do something similar to the 2019–20 CONCACAF Nations League qualifying draw).... https://www.telemetro.com/futbol/2020/07/23/oficial-panama-jugara-octubre-noviembre/3068690.html?utm_content=buffere1c0f&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=app+buffer+/ (this source indicates that only the winner of each group of the first round will advance) https://www.eluniversal.com.mx/universal-deportes/futbol/concacaf-nuevo-formato-para-las-eliminatorias-mundialistas (this Mexican source says that in the 6 groups of 5, the first two places will qualify and then play in round trip games. But in my opinion it is a mistake in writing, because it would involve more games)
  11. Now it only remains to speculate how they will play the first round in October if it has 3 teams x group ... The most feasible if this is true, is that it is played in a specific venue: 3 matches and the 9 winners go to the next round. Then in November the 9 winners join Canada, El Salvador and Curacao playing home-away matches to qualify 6 teams to the next round in March 22, and from there the 3 winners go to the octagonal.
  12. When the river sounds stones it brings: the media in Central America are publishing this right now
  13. Australia/New Zealand's best capacity is not disputed. The infrastructure of developed nations cannot be compared with that of third world countries. My reflection above is about how difficult is for emerging nations to have the opportunity to host a women's world cup.
  14. Each time it seems that the women's world cups will be more elitist. Only organized by select groups of developed countries. I feel very sorry for Colombia, A country of wonderful people and passionate about soccer. Fifa sent a report saying that Colombia is not able to correct some medical emergencies and that would require evacuating a patient to another country : what a big lie: Colombia has excellent private clinics capable of solving any incident . They also questioned its safety, which bothers me because in the travel agency that I work, Colombia is sold very well to European, Japanese and European tourists of high standard . In fact, it is the destination that has the most sales that we have. About infrastructure logically we cannot compare it with Australia or Japan. But in this case Colombia has enough stadiums, and the only one that should have a big improve was the stadium of Cartagena. In short it will be a fight of David against Goliath.
  15. @archer21 The journalist David Samudio was not specific about how to lead teams ranked 17-35 in home/away matches until qualifying 10 of them to the second round. He even mentioned 41 teams (including non-FIFA members). I guess it was a mistake on his part, because the non-fifa members do not participate. If he said Panama would need to play 18 matches to get a ticket to Qatar 2022 is because the Octagonal is home/away. Panama. Second round: 2 matches. Third round 2 matches. Octagonal 14 matches= total 18. The same situation with Canada. Too many matches.... However I cannot deny how exciting it will be if this proposal is accepted, 9 home games in Canada ! pick the venues 😉
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