They sing: “Come on, come on, Argentina. Come on, come on, win that this quilombra band does not allow you, does not stop encouraging you, 25, 30 people walk along Corniche Avenue, one of the main arteries of Doha, Qatar, where the World Cup starts in a few days. Even then, there are only three or four who sing Most famous for its Argentinean stalls. The rest is accompanied by the bass drum, vuvuzela and is completely filled in from top to bottom with light blue and white colors.
The video surfaced this week from the official accounts of the World Cup organisers. “The World Cup party is already rocking the streets of Doha!”, says the message that comes with the filming,
However, fans quickly realized that the video was hiding something. Something was wrong. And of course, people walking through the center of Doha were cheering La Scoloneta and asking Messi to lift the cup they were not argentines, This opened up a great deal of debate, as it did not only happen with the Argentina national team.
Fake fans at Qatar 2022 World Cup?
spain, France, Germany why Brazil There were also other countries parading with fans on the Qatari streets, but with them authenticity questioned,
As expected, criticism and speculation surfaced on social networks. while some users He completely rejected the authenticity of the video.others seek explanation in Globalization and passion for football,
For example, he pointed out that fans were actually part of Argentina Fans Qatar (AFQ) a legion of fans India, Nepal why Bangladesh, the same argument was used by Supreme Committee for the Delivery and Legacy of the Qatar World Cup (SC) For refusing to hire fake fans.
“Four days after the start of the Cup, the expectation and Excitement grows as we prepare to welcome the world”, assured the committee in this regard. And he added: “Fans from all over the world contribute to the good local atmosphereOrganized fan walks and parades across the country.
It should be remembered that the There is a tough question on Qatar World CupDue to, among other things, its human rights policies, respect for the LGTBIQ+ community, and the date chosen to hold the competition.