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Everyone should just drop "Qatar" when referencing it and just call it the World Cup and only comment on the games from now.

 

That said, it is quite humourous to point out how shit a job they are doing which further shines a light on how poor a decision it was from FIFA. In that respect it's like shining a torch on the sun.

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FIFA threatening any captain wearing a 'One Love' armband will receive an immediate yellow card. If they do it two matches running they're threatening a 1 match ban. 

 

Welcome to the free world in 2022!

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9 minutes ago, ewerk said:

 

When your principles are so deeply held that only a threat of a yellow card can force you to back down.

Should make Harry Maguire captain.  Probably the only way he won't be selected.

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The only thing Fifa really has over Uefa in their power struggle is the World Cup. It’s arguably already lost its status as the ultimate prize in the game. This is shaping up to be another large nail in its coffin. It’s all been self inflicted by Fifa too. A bad decision to start with then plenty red flags since. Most notably the move to the winter and the thousands of deaths of migrant workers. All topped off with the Qatari authorities seemingly keen to demonstrate what a set of cunts they are once the tournament began. Then their own fans can’t even be arsed to watch the second half of the opening match. 

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28 minutes ago, ewerk said:

 

When your principles are so deeply held that only a threat of a yellow card can force you to back down.

 

Under what rule would the player be booked? FIFA are such fucking bellends. 

 

"Today I feel gay......not that gay son, YER BOOKED!" 

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1 hour ago, Alex said:

The only thing Fifa really has over Uefa in their power struggle is the World Cup. It’s arguably already lost its status as the ultimate prize in the game. This is shaping up to be another large nail in its coffin. It’s all been self inflicted by Fifa too. A bad decision to start with then plenty red flags since. Most notably the move to the winter and the thousands of deaths of migrant workers. All topped off with the Qatari authorities seemingly keen to demonstrate what a set of cunts they are once the tournament began. Then their own fans can’t even be arsed to watch the second half of the opening match. 

 

Credit to them for the best sporting long con of all time. For FIFA, lay down with dogs....

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24 minutes ago, wykikitoon said:

FA arsed dropped out and won't wear the armband 

 

Shame really. In a tournament where your squad has 26 players and you can make five subs per game, if the teams really wanted to still make the statement without risking losing their best players, they could. Like, get a less central member of the squad like the third GK to start the game with the armband, take the yellow card, then immediately sub them. Once they're banned after the second game, repeat with another junior squad member for as long as you're in the tournament. Obviously that'd be ridiculous too, but if anything it'd highlight the ridiculousness of the wider situation even more effectively.

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The players should say fuck it and Kane wears the armband anyway. I do think it’s a little unfair on players to stick their necks out where administrators and politicians do not though 

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2 minutes ago, trophyshy said:

It would be amazing.  Suck each other off if we score too.  Hung for a sheep as a lamb.  

 

Just because Wales have finally qualified for a World Cup, there's no need for that

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