FIFA U17 World Cup: Kochi strike could scupper fans' plans of attending Spain, Germany games

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FIFA U17 World Cup: Kochi strike could scupper fans' plans of attending Spain, Germany games

Post by Son sovan » Fri Oct 06, 2017 10:00 pm

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The opposition political party in Kerala, the United Democratic Front (UDF) has decided to conduct a strike against the repugnant hike in the price of the petroleum in the country on October 13th. Since FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 matches are to be held on that date, the strike will certainly affect the mass audience and the reputation of the renowned tournament. SBOBET
The southernmost state of India, Kerala, is known for notorious strikes against the distasteful decisions taken by the people at the helm. UDF is an alliance of political parties in Kerala, created by the prominent political leader K Karunakaran.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi is among one of the selected venues for the tournament. The group matches of teams like Brazil, Spain, Germany are scheduled in the city.
UDF has already decided to conduct the strike on 13th October throughout Kerala. The date opted by them come under the scheduled dates for the group stages of FIFA U-17 World Cup. On that day, Kochi is slated to host two group matches at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium back to back. At 5 pm, Germany is set to play against Guinea, while Spain is scheduled to play Korea DPR at 8 pm. SBOBET

The strike by UDF will absolutely spoil the FIFA U-17 World Cup as it will affect mass audience and conductors of the tournament, as the vehicles won't be allowed to travel through the public roads unless it's an emergency. SBOBET

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