A few months before the start of the World Cup, a large part of the population of Germany does not want their team to compete in the FIFA tournament.
Germany is one of the 32 teams qualified for the Qatar 2022 World Cup./
A few months before the start of Qatar 2022< /b>, almost half of the population of Germany do not want their choice to participate in the World Cup, according to a recent poll conducted in the Teutonic country.
The YouGov demographic institute reported that 48% of those surveyed believe that the German team should not play in the Qatar 2022 World Cup. This is due to the multiple complaints of human rights violations in the Asian country when the construction of the stadiums was carried out. stadiums for the FIFA tournament.
In addition, Nasser Al-Khater's statements about the LGBTIQ+ community also generated this rejection at the international level. The World Cup spokesman said they are prohibited from showing affection in public or in front of another person.
“If a fan displays the pride flag and I take it out, not because I really want to or because I want to insult him, but to protect him. Because if it's not me, someone else who's nearby can attack him. I cannot guarantee everyone's behavior and I would tell him: 'Please, there is no need to show that flag at this time,'” said Abdulaziz Abdullah al-Ansari, the head of security for the World Cup.
< p itemprop="description" class="story-contents__font-paragraph">It is worth mentioning that 28% of Germans do want their team to compete in the World Cup, while the remaining 24% preferred not to give an opinion.
GERMANY GROUP IN THE WORLD CUP
Hansi Flick's pupils are placed in Group E along with Spain, Japan and Costa Rica.