sport news Doha city centre remains eerily quiet despite World Cup festival set to take ... trends now

sport news Doha city centre remains eerily quiet despite World Cup festival set to take ... trends now
sport news Doha city centre remains eerily quiet despite World Cup festival set to take ... trends now

sport news Doha city centre remains eerily quiet despite World Cup festival set to take ... trends now

Doha city centre remains EMPTY despite the World Cup kicking off later on Sunday... with little sign of the ONE MILLION travelling football fans on the streets of the capital ahead of the tournament opener involving hosts Qatar Doha city centre remains eerily quiet despite the World Cup starting today  There was little sign of fanfare despite football festival getting underway later  There are an estimated one million football fans travelling to Qatar this month 

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Streets around stadiums and in Doha city centre were eerily quiet just hours before the world's greatest football festival gets underway.

There was little sign of the usual fanfare of other World Cups when fans gather noisily in central locations or visit stadiums to take pictures.

Outside the Khalifa stadium,

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