The latest wrinkle in the farce of having Qatar host the 2022 World Cup is the recommendation from a FIFA task force to shift the schedule from summer to November and December. This change is practical to avoid the summer heat, which can reach 120 degrees, but also highlights why the original decision to award the tournament to Qatar has been accompanied by scores of corruption charges.

On the latest episode of The Rundown, a collaboration between TYT Sports and ThePostGame, we take a closer look at what this scheduling decision might mean.

Of course, as annoying and inconvenient as it might be to have the World Cup held during the NFL and college football seasons, it is worth remembering that more than 1,000 foreign workers have already been killed while building facilities under horrendous conditions.

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