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'The World Cup is for everyone' - Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen raise concerns ahead of tournament in Qatar

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Manchester United players Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen have raised concerns about Qatar hosting the World Cup. The biggest tournament on the international football calendar begins on 20 November, when the host nation face Ecuador in Group A. FIFA, world football's governing body, is facing pressure over the decision to stage the tournament in Qatar.
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‘It should be done in a better way’: Fernandes criticises Qatar World Cup

Speaking after Manchester United won at Fulham, Bruno Fernandes said of the World Cup: ‘We know the surroundings … about the people that died’

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Bruno Fernandes unhappy about ‘strange’ Qatar World Cup

The Portuguese midfielder also expressed his displeasure at the controversial surroundings of the World Cup.

3 months ago·India
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‘We are not happy’: Bruno Fernandes criticises staging of Qatar World Cup

Fernandes spoke out following the final Premier League match before the start of the tournament

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Manchester United duo Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen slam Qatar World Cup

Bruno Fernandes has chosen to speak out against Qatar’s human rights record (Picture: Getty Images) Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen took their chance to speak out against human rights abuses in Qatar after their last Premier League match before the World Cup. Both players will be playing in Qatar this winter, with Fernandes starring for Portugal and Eriksen in the Denmark squad. However, neither is happy about the tourn…

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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'The World Cup is for everyone' - Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen raise concerns ahead of tournament in Qatar

"Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen have raised concerns about the controversial issues surrounding the World Cup in Qatar. Both of the Manchester United stars will be representing their countries, Portugal and Denmark respectively, at the tournament this month. Fernandes said that \"football should be for everyone\" amid concerns about the safety of LGBT fans."

3 months ago
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It should be done in a better way – Bruno Fernandes questions World Cup in Qatar

Portugal and Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has questioned hosting the World Cup in Qatar.

3 months ago·Ketley, United Kingdom
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