Gareth SouthgateEngland manager, revealed at a press conference that his squad will take a knee in protest during their debut in the 2022 World Cup ahead of the match against Iran.
Qatar has been singled out for the mistreatment suffered by the workers who built the stadiums so that they would be ready on time.
“We’ve discussed taking a knee. We feel we should do it. It’s what we’ve supported as a team and have done for a long time.”
The helmsman will resume the form of protest that is used in the premier league to point out social problems such as racism or homophobia.
“We understand that in the Premier League clubs have decided to only do it on certain games, on big occasions, we feel this is the biggest of all. We think it’s a strong positioning for the world, for young people in particular, so that see that inclusion is very important”.
England and nine other teams will wear the bracelet in support of sexual diversity, an action that was not well received by FIFA and the Organizing Committee.
The game between ‘The Three Lions’ and Iran will take place this Monday, November 21 at 7:00 a.m. in Mexico and you can follow it by the signal of sky sports.
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