Tottenham Hotspur’s England striker Harry Kane could miss the final game of the World Cup group stage. If still forced to wear the armband. One Love will play in the UFABET game against Iran tonight.
English Football Association Expect only a Fifa fine, while Harry Kane could receive a yellow card. If he wears the ‘One Love’ armband in England ‘s opening World Cup game against Iran tonight (Monday 21 November 2022), ahead of England’s first game in Group B, the FA has been informed by FIFA that Ken was not allowed to wear an armband designed to promote such gender diversity.
Wearing the rainbow armband means more than ever at the Qatar World Cup. which homosexuality is illegal and seven other countries in Europe including Wales It was intended to show the same design, however, a few days before the tournament started. FIFA has informed countries Find out about the armbands that team captains must wear during each game. There will be phrases such as ‘ football unites the world’, ‘share food’ and ‘build movement’ , but without an anti-discrimination armband until the quarter-finals.
FIFA’s current rules state that ‘the wearing or use of [in a suit or other clothing or equipment] in any restricted area If FIFA considers it dangerous, offensive or inappropriate. including political, religious or personal slogans, messages, or images or others that are not in accordance with the rules of the game”. A player who violates may receive a yellow card. But Kane insists he will wear the armband for England’s opener against Iran today.
And if ‘Ken’ does play, he could get a yellow card and could miss the group stage. England’s final match against Wales. “We’ve made it very clear as a team, staff and organization that we want to wear that armband,” Kane said. And I’m sure before tomorrow’s game starts they will come to a conclusion. I think we made it clear that we wanted to wear it.”
Holland captain Virgil van Dijk, who will also face Senegal today. Discuss the risk of getting a yellow card for wearing the armband. but at the same time He also confirmed he will wear the armband for the team’s first game in Group A against Senegal on Monday. “Nothing has changed from our point of view,” Van Dijk said . We’ll have to talk because I don’t like to play with a yellow card on me.
FA chief executive Mark Bellingham told Sky News : “They haven’t responded to our letter yet. I think there is a possibility that we may be fined. and if we are like that We will pay fines ′′ We think it’s very important. where we have to demonstrate our values And that’s what we will do.” Meanwhile, German FA chief Bernd Neuendorf hit out at FIFA for offering an alternative just days before the tournament.