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Human rights groups feel The FA have not taken strong enough stance against Qatar controversies


Human rights groups feel The FA have not taken strong enough stance against the inhumanity behind this year’s World Cup in Qatar…while the players feel they haven’t been protected from unwarranted criticism

The FA have been accused of not taking a strong enough stance against the inhumanity that has overshadowed the build-up to the World Cup.

English football’s governing body made their long-awaited statement yesterday in relation to the human rights atrocities that have taken place in Qatar ahead of the tournament.

The FA vowed to lobby FIFA over…



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