Fifa's president says the organisation still has enough time to switch the 2022 World Cup to the winter to avoid Qatar's intense summer heat.
Sepp Blatter said he would discuss the plans with his executive committee in October.
The move would cause major disruption to various domestic leagues around the world.
But Blatter insisted: "We still have enough time.
Well maybe, only 9 years to go but yes most leagues do play in the winter.
I was at the Women's World Cup in Pasadena in 1999, 106 degrees in the stands, 118 degrees on the field. The Qatar stadium has A/C, yes the entire stadium, they might be a bit short so go fill up your gas tank..
Qatar World Cup Could Be Switched To Winter