Entertainment: Hansi Flick criticizes the 2022

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World Cup The Qatar World Cup is not a tournament "for the fans," said German coach Hansi Flick, who believes that "football should be there for everyone".

The last edition of the flagship tournament has been the source of many controversies since it was awarded to Qatar in 2010. The has a position of the country with regard to women and the LGBTQ+ community has been largely pointed out as A problem from the start, while the deaths of thousands of migrant workers was reported during the preparation of the final phase.

Given the possibilities of accommodation limited to Qatar and the fact that the competition takes place in the middle of the European club season, the competition posed problems for supporters and players, beyond even these moral debates. and Flick had supporters in mind when he added his voice to those who criticize the 2022 World Cup.

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"not a World Cup for"

"fans fundamentally, I think it is a shame that this Tournament is not a World Cup for fans, "he told Frankfurter Rundschau. "[I have friends] who would like to take the plane for Qatar, but who choose not to do it for various reasons. Football should be accessible to all. This is why I say that it is not A World Cup for fans ". But Flick admitted that making a direct political statement of protest was "a challenge for all those involved", adding: "we have already had many discussions . We will sit again in September and examine what we can Do with other nations - or what we want to do. "

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