The Australian team condemned the attacks against human rights, indicating that it is taking place in Qatar, the country that will host the World Cup. This was explained by the footballers of ‘Socorros’ in a video published on the social network.
Soccer players explicitly urged the implementation of reforms to improve the quality of life of local citizens, as well as expatriates. In addition, they demand that relations between people of the same sex be free from crime, at least during FIFA tournaments.
The clip, which has already gone around the world, featured 16 players from the Ocean team. These included captain Matthew Ryan and Andrew Redmayne, who were recalled for penalty shootouts in the playoffs against Peru.
“In these past two years we have dedicated ourselves to understanding and learning more about the situation in Qatar”The Australians pointed and then explained that “We are not experts, but we listen to organizations such as Amnesty (International), FIFA and more importantly foreign workers in Qatar.”
“There are universal values that should define football: values such as honor, dignity, trust and courage. When we represent our nation, we aspire to embrace these values.”Ryan calls before giving way to midfielder Denis Genreau.
“But people in Qatar are not free to love their chosen one. These questions are not easy to answer and we do not have all the answers.Current Toulouse players say so that Jackson Irwin requests later “A lasting legacy” that includes “the creation of a resource center for immigrants, effective solutions for those who have been denied their rights, and the criminalization of all same-sex relationships.”