Doha - English Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore said on Tuesday that all major European clubs are "very disappointed" by moves to hold the 2022 World Cup in November-December.
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Scudamore was a member of the FIFA task force that met in Doha to recommend a date for the tournament in Qatar.
"Yeah, very disappointed that's the word, I think, on behalf of the all the European leagues and particularly the European clubs who provide most of the players for this World Cup," said Scudamore.
Reports speculate that the change to a November/December Soccer World Cup would mean that the English Premiership would need to take a winter break to accommodate the number of players who would be a away on international duty.