THE World Cup ends and a fortnight later, we’re on the brink of a new campaign, although some clubs have been playing pre-season games since the start of July. I doubt too many people have thought about it, but in four years’ time, we have a World Cup starting in November and ending a week before Christmas. I’m talking of Qatar, of course, when we are faced with a schedule-busting World Cup in the desert. While the top level of the game will be forced into hibernation for more than a month, how will non-league football cope with 2022? Will it continue, or will it also have a break? The effect of playing during a World Cup could be disastrous for non-league, with crowds…