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British coach 'feels comfortable' coaching in Qatar

3 October 2013 Last updated at 05:44 BST

Fifa is meeting to talk about whether or not high temperatures in Qatar mean the World Cup in 2022 will have to take place in the northern hemisphere's winter or whether the tournament will need to be played elsewhere.

Traditionally the World Cup is held in June and July but temperatures in those months can reach 50C (122F).

Newsbeat reporter Ben Mundy has been to watch an amateur football match where he met James Mwale, a Brit who works as a football coach in Qatar.

He talks about the cultural differences he has experienced while living there.

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