GENEVA -- Europe's top football clubs still need to be convinced the 2022 World Cup in Qatar should be moved from summer.
Although FIFA president Sepp Blatter has presented a switch to November-December as almost inevitable, the European Club Association wants to influence ongoing consultation talks.
"We need more information before accepting the fact that the calendar should be disrupted," ECA vice chairman Umberto Gandini said Tuesday. "We would not be part of something which is not credible."
ZURICH -- FIFA has offered January and November in 2022 as alternative kickoff dates for the World Cup in Qatar.
FIFA said it presented the two options Monday when its consultation group first met to seek ways to avoid playing in the desert heat of June-July.
FIFA's executive committee should confirm the 2022 World Cup dates at its meeting in March...