The Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 is not a world cup for “fans”, said Germany national coach Hansi Flick, who said he believes “football should exist for everyone”. The most recent flagship event has caused much controversy since it was awarded to Qatar in 2010. Qatar FIFA World Cup fans to buy Spain Vs Germany Tickets from our website.

The country’s attitude towards women and the LGBTQ+ community has been widely seen as a problem from the start, with thousands of migrant workers reportedly killed preparing for the final.

Germany coach Flick has fans in mind as he adds his voice to those criticizing the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup
Germany coach Flick has fans in mind as he adds his voice to those criticizing the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup

With Qatar’s limited accommodation and mid-season for European clubs, the game is questioning fans and players alike, even outside of these moral debates.

Flick has supporters in mind as he adds his voice to those criticizing the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

“Actually, I think it’s a shame that this match is not a World Cup for the fans,” he told Frankfurter Rundschau.

“I have friends who wanted to fly to Qatar but decided not to go for various reasons. Football should exist for everyone. That’s why I say it’s not a World Cup for fans.”

However, Flick acknowledged that the outright political protest statement was “challenging for everyone involved”, adding: “We’ve had a lot of discussions.

“In September, we’ll sit down again and think about what we can do with other countries — or what we want to do.”

Flick replaces Joachim Low to lead Germany to a major tournament for the first time after England’s last 16 exits at Euro 2020.

They will face Japan, Spain and Costa Rica in Group E, with their first game against Samurai Blue on November 23.

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It is possible to speak out against abuse in Qatar, but the consequences may vary depending on your status. Philipp Lahm, captain of Germany’s 2014 FIFA World Cup, received praise from the public. When he announced that he would not play at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and criticized the country’s human rights record.

But when Malcolm Bidali, a Kenyan migrant worker in Qatar, made public allegations of abuse. He was forcibly disappeared and held in solitary confinement. Qatar World Cup 2022 fans to buy Costa Rica Vs Germany Tickets from our website.

The players wore jerseys with the words "Human Rights" on them
The players wore jerseys with the words “Human Rights” on them

When the World Cup kicks off in November. German players and fans will take part in a tournament built on a mountain of abuse. Stadiums and infrastructure are built by workers who face unexplained deaths, injuries and wage theft. Qatari women see a stage at one of the world’s biggest sporting events. As authorities continue to let male guardians make decisions for them.

In the stands, LGBT fans reassured their teams were forced to hide their sexual location and gender identity for fear of harassment.

The DFB and its players have become increasingly louder and more influential in their resistance to Qatar’s abuses.

Human rights policy

In 2021, the DFB released its human rights policy and a position paper on Qatar. Which it called on the major tournament organizers and FIFA to commit to human rights. The players wore jerseys with the words “Human Rights” on them. In addition, the DFB chairman promised to encourage FIFA to compensate migrant workers whose rights have been violated.

One hundred days before the World Cup. Human Rights Watch and others called on FIFA and Qatar to provide remedies for serious abuses.

FIFA claims it is “currently working on a compensation mechanism for migrant workers who have been injured or killed at work”.

A remedy is possible if there is sufficient pressure from the DFB. The largest national membership association of FIFA and other football associations. Documents such as health reports and death certificates are available in Qatar and in the employee’s home country. They know who died building stadiums and roads, and whose families struggled to make ends meet without a breadwinner.

The Qatari authorities have a track record of suppressing. Those who speak out about human rights violations, such as Malcolm Bidali. If DFB and other football associations take human rights issues seriously. They should use their platforms to amplify these voices and keep pushing for solutions until FIFA and Qatar finally pay the price.

The top 10 of four footballers who are playing their last 2022 FIFA World Cup

We are just over three months away from the opening ceremony of the new quadrennial tournament. The World Cup is undoubtedly a major event in football. The FIFA World Cup 2022 is just around the corner and it is every player’s dream to represent their country in the World Cup. Qatar Football World Cup fans can buy Germany Football World Cup Tickets from our website.

Reus, who has only played three games at the FIFA World Cup
Reus, who has only played three games at the FIFA World Cup

Only the best teams in the world qualify for the World Cup. We will be without some top teams such as Italy, Colombia, Sweden, Chile and Nigeria to name a few.

Some football superstars such as Erling Haaland, Mohamed Salah, Marco Verratti and David Alaba will also not play after their respective national teams fail to qualify for the FIFA World Cup 2022.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is also likely to be the last time we’ll see some of the biggest stars of modern times in the biggest football arena.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at the top four footballers who will participate in the last FIFA World Cup in 2022.

#7Marco Reus (Germany)

Marco Reus is certainly one of the best strikers of his generation. Unfortunately, his participation in the German national team was limited by injuries. In his career, he played just 48 games for Die Mannschaft, scoring 15 goals and providing 14 assists.

Reus, who has only played three games at the World Cup, hopes that he will be seen extensively this time. This will likely be the 33-year-old’s last chance at the quadrennial tournament.

#5 Thomas Muller (Germany)

Thomas Muller played an important role for Germany at the Qatar World Cup 2022. Europe’s ‘assist king’ is one of the most technically gifted and brightest footballers in the world. Despite only having a few weeks to turn 33, the Bayern Munich striker remains at the elite level. FIFA World Cup 2022 fans can buy FIFA World Cup Tickets from our website.

Thomas Muller played an important role for Germany at the World Cup
Thomas Muller played an important role for Germany at the World Cup

In 16 World Cup appearances for Germany, Muller scored 10 goals and provided 6 assists. The figures are a testament to the importance of the veteran striker to the German national team.

#6 Thiago Silva (Brazil)

Brazil has no shortage of world-class defenders on their way to the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The 37-year-old Chelsea centre-back will be their mainstay in defending three points. A veteran of the game, Silva, despite approaching 40, is still an absolute beast in the back.

This is probably Silva’s last World Cup, with Brazil one of the favourites to become world champions. If they want to do that, they need Silva to be at his best.

#8 Angel Di Maria (Argentina)

Angel Di Maria is one of Argentina’s most important players of the past decade. His absence due to injury is widely regarded as one of the main reasons Argentina failed to beat Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup final.

Di Maria scored the winning goal for La Albiceleste in the 2021 Copa America final. The 34-year-old joined Juventus as a free agent earlier this summer and although he is no longer in his prime, he is still a very good footballer. But he is unlikely to be there when the 2026 World Cup arrives.

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