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Qatar boss Felix Sanchez recognises the  ‘tragedy’ of workers dying in the build-up to the World Cup


Qatar manager Felix Sanchez recognises the ‘greatest tragedy’ of workers dying in the build-up to the World Cup, but also suggests ‘misinformation’ and ‘unfair comments’ have been spread about the tournament, with 6,500 reported death-toll contested

Qatar manager Felix Sanchez has spoken out over the deaths of workers in Qatar in the run up to the World Cup, calling any loss of life ‘the greatest tragedy.’

It is believed that as many as 6,500 migrant workers may have died while preparing Qatar for the World Cup that begins on Sunday, although the…



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