Scudamore is not happy with timing of 2022 World Cup.
Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has revealed his disappointment as a Fifa task force recommends that the Qatar World Cup be played in November and December of 2022, reports ITV.
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Scudamore – who has previously put forward the controversial idea of a 39th Premier League game – suggested that both FIFA and UEFA have let down the European domestic leagues.
“It looks like nobody else is giving much up.
“Even UEFA have let us down a little,” Scudamore said.
The 55-year-old expressed his disappointment in the decision, suggesting that UEFA’s primary concern is the impact that the World Cup will have on the Champions League.
The tournament takes a winter break following the completion of the group stage, so should remain relatively unaffected.
The decision is likely to be confirmed at a FIFA meeting in Zurich next month.