Greg Dyke, the new chairman of the Football Association, has told Sky News that something needs to be done to change the World Cup in Qatar.
If you've been to a World Cup you have seen the number of fans who mill around outside the stadium.
If you talk to most people in football even they say it would be too hot to play. I feel sorry for the Qataris and I think FIFA made a mistake at that time. But now we have to solve the problem.
For football fans to be milling around in a place like Qatar where it is 40-50 degrees I think it would be too difficult. Even Seb Blatter, the head of FIFA, admits there is a problem.
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