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The Nationwide Building Society – sponsors of not only the Nationwide FSF Fans’ Embassy but also the England team – have joined up with us once again to organise a fans’ forum in Doha, to which all England fans there for the game against Brazil are invited.

Fielding questions at the talk-in, between 3pm and 4pm on Saturday 14th at the Ramada Plaza hotel in Doha will be ten-times-capped former England international Ray Parlour.

The venue will be open from 12 noon onwards, and entry is free, with a pub-style lunch available for £10.

Note that to comply with Qatari law and regulations, everyone attending the event must either be resident at the Ramada Plaza, or register with the FSF’s Fans’ Embassy team on entry to the hotel.

All persons should be over 21 years of age, and should carry their passport with them.

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