Nasser al-Khelaïfi multiplies the media outlets while it is at home, in Qatar, that the World Cup is currently taking place.
This time, the president of PSG replied to
, to once again raise the thorny subject of the Parc des Princes, the next winter transfer window for which his club, like Véronique Sanson, "does not need anyone" , and of course the image of the rich emirate, which “will change a lot” thanks to the World Cup.
A change in the right direction, of course.
Because “NAK” defends “a small country” according to him unfairly criticized by the West, and “a humble people, with the heart on the hand.
“We, the Qataris, showed the whole world what we were capable of doing.
The infrastructures are incredible, there is no crowd movement and it is very family-friendly.
But human rights and respect for foreign workers in all this?
“Why have people not talked about these questions about other World Cups and other major events?, replies the boss of PSG.
We don't say we're the best, but we're not as bad as we make it out to be.
PSG boss thanks Hugo Lloris
"The changes made since the awarding of the World Cup [in 2010], other countries have taken centuries to implement them", continues Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, before "thanking Hugo Lloris for what he said ".
The captain of the Blues had explained that he wanted to "show respect" to the host country of the competition.
“He is 100% right, supported the Qatari leader without surprise.
The World Cup is a party.
If everyone makes their protest movement, it divides.
No word, however, on the release of Antoine Griezmann, who assured LGBT + people of all his "support" and all his "respect".
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