FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 – Finals – Argentina Versus France – Preview

Background

It is the final game of the World Cup.

The final’s game will be between Argentina and France.

In the play for Bronze, Serbia edged Morocco ( 2 – 1 ).

Videos

Projections

Individual

Clarence Seedorf

Sky Sports News

  1. “I’d be happy for Messi to lift the trophy” – Clarence Seedorf on Argentina vs France
    • Profile
      • Sebastian Salazar, Morena Beltran and Julien Laurens join ESPN FC to discuss the intrigue of Argentina vs. France drawing big crowds and massive viewership worldwide.
    • Videos
      • Video #1
        Channel:- Sky Sport News
        Date Added:- 2022-December-16th
        Date Added:- 2022-December-17th
        Link
    • Participants
      • Clarence Clyde Seedorf
        • Dutch International

Panel

ESPN UK

  1. World Cup Final Preview: Argentina vs. France is drawing MASSIVE intrigue | ESPN FC
    • Profile
      • Sebastian Salazar, Morena Beltran and Julien Laurens join ESPN FC to discuss the intrigue of Argentina vs. France drawing big crowds and massive viewership worldwide.
    • Videos
      • Video #1
        Channel:- ESPN UK
        Date Added:- 2022-December-16th
        Date Added:- 2022-December-17th
        Link
    • Participants
      • Sebastian Salazar
      • Morena Beltrán
      • Julien Laurens

Fox Soccer

  1. France vs. Argentina preview: Can Lionel Messi, Argentina FINALLY win the World Cup over France?
    • Profile
      • The “FIFA World Cup Tonight” crew debate whether Lionel Messi and Argentina will be able to defeat France in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Final.
    • Videos
      • Video #1
        Channel:- Fox Soccer
        Date Added:- 2022-December-17th
        Date Added:- 2022-December-17th
        Link
    • Participants
      • Chad Javon Ochocinco Johnson
      • Maurice Edu ( Mo Edu )

Bio

Clarence Seedorf

Wikipedia

Link

Seedorf speaks six languages fluently: Dutch, English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Sranan Tongo. He was often seen as a spiritual, intelligent and articulate figure in football, and in a 2011 interview, Seedorf stated that he was studying to obtain a master’s degree in Business at the prestigious Bocconi University in Milan; because of this, he earned the nickname “il professore” (“the professor”) during his time playing at Milan. Seedorf is married to a Brazilian woman, Luviana Seedorf, with whom he owns a restaurant called Finger’s in Milan. They have four children. The relationship is rumored to have been ended around 2018, with Seedorf finding a new partner, Sophia Makramati, a Canadian citizen of Iranian descent and Muslim religious background. On 4 March 2022, Seedorf announced on Instagram that he had converted to Islam in Abu Dhabi.

Because of his strong connection with the country Suriname, where he was born, he is involved in many social development projects there. He built his own “Clarence Seedorf Stadium” in the district of Para in Suriname. In this stadium, the Para Juniors League of Suriname is being held and the teams of the Suri Profs & SV The Brothers play there regularly. With his Champions for Children Foundation, he supports projects for good causes in Suriname. For this, Suriname has honoured him to Commandor of the High-Order of the Yellow Star, and recently in 2011, he was invested as a Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau (OON).

On 5 June 2009, Seedorf announced at a press conference after a meeting with Nelson Mandela that he had become the Nelson Mandela Foundation’s latest Legacy Champion. He joins Patrice Motsepe, Tokyo Sexwale, David Rockefeller, Peggy Dulany and Bill Clinton, who are also members of a select group of philanthropists who are helping to ensure that Mr. Mandela’s legacy lives on.

In 2012 and 2014, Seedorf took part in Soccer Aid, a charity match at Old Trafford with former professional players and celebrities. He played for “The Rest of the World” team against England. In 2014, he scored a hat-trick, where The Rest of the World won 4–2; they raised over £4 million in total.

Clarence’s nephew, Collin Seedorf, is also a professional footballer, and currently plays for Dutch club, FC Eindhoven.

 

 

Personal

I think France will take it over Argentina.

I have not watched any of the games in this world cup.

And, so my predictions is not premised on soccer.

But, on other factors.

 

References

  1. Wikipedia
    • Clarence Seedorf
      Link

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