FIFA bans clothes to take into account the feelings of Muslims..and Bale sends a message

FIFA bans clothes to take into account the feelings of Muslims..and Bale sends a message

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The World Cup press is a daily morning report throughout the events of the global carnival, which conveys to the visitors of Yalla Koura the highlights of what came in the international and Arab newspapers about the tournament.

Bill sends a message to Welsh teachers

Veteran Welsh star Gareth Bale called on teachers in his country to allow children to watch a “mini history lesson” at the FIFA World Cup finals, which are currently being held in Qatar.

Wales’ second match in the 2022 World Cup against Iran kicks off at ten o’clock this morning, Friday, GMT, as it coincides with the presence of children in their schools.

The Welsh government has left it up to schools to decide individually whether or not to allow children to watch the match.

“With the game kicking off at 10 am Welsh time, if I were one of the teachers, I would let them watch the game,” Bale was quoted as saying by the British news agency BA Media.

“I hope they do,” Bale added. “It’s a historic moment for Wales, for us to be involved in the World Cup.”

“Some of the parents I know all want to watch the match but they don’t want to take the kids out of school. So I think a lot of schools will do everything they can to support us and support us,” said Bale.

“It’s a mini history lesson, and I hope it’s a great occasion for all of them,” Bell stressed.

A new decision from FIFA regarding the clothes of England fans

It was decided to prevent the masses from wearing the clothes of the Crusaders in the England match against the United States of America, which is scheduled to be held this evening, Friday, in the FIFA World Cup finals, which are currently being held in Qatar.

Fans carrying plastic swords and shields bearing the cross of St. George were told that they would not be allowed to enter Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, north of Doha, which is hosting the match, according to the British newspaper The Times, today.

The newspaper quoted the International Football Association (FIFA) as saying, “Crusader costumes in the Arab context can be offensive to Muslims.”

For its part, the British anti-discrimination group “Kick It Out” advised fans not to wear costumes representing knights or crusaders, recalling the religious wars waged by Christians against Muslims in the Middle Ages.

“We advise fans attending FIFA World Cup matches that some clothing, such as costumes representing knights or crusaders, may not be welcome in Qatar and other Islamic countries,” the British news agency BA Media quoted a spokeswoman for the group.

“The travel advice issued by the British Foreign Office ahead of the tournament indicated that fans should familiarize themselves with local customs, and we encourage fans to follow this approach,” the spokeswoman added.

A video clip posted on the social networking site (Twitter) showed two fans dressed in crusader outfits, and it appears that security personnel refused them entry to a Qatari stadium.

Hernandez undergoes cruciate surgery

French defender Lucas Hernandez underwent a successful surgery, after suffering a severed anterior cruciate ligament of the knee.

Hernandez was injured during France’s 4-1 victory over Australia in the team’s opening match in Group D of the World Cup in Qatar, last Tuesday.

Bayern Munich, in whose ranks Hernandez plays, confirmed that the player underwent surgery in Innsbruck on Thursday, adding that his rehabilitation process would begin in Munich in the coming days.

And it was decided to exclude Hernandez from the rest of the French national team’s matches in the World Cup, due to the injury that caused him to be replaced after only 13 minutes of life against Australia.

Neymar: I have confidence and faith

Brazilian soccer player Neymar da Silva confirmed that he had not lost hope of resuming his career in the 2022 World Cup, despite the ankle injury he suffered during his team’s 2-0 victory over the Serbian national team, yesterday evening, Thursday.

“I have confidence and faith,” wrote Neymar, the French player for Paris Saint-Germain, on the “Instagram” application, explaining, “I see that despite all this noise, everything will be fine.”

The Brazilian national team and its famous star, Neymar, feel that the team is able to win the 2022 World Cup title, to be the first for the team since 2002 and the sixth in its history.

However, it is not yet clear whether the player will be able to catch up with his team’s second match in the tournament, in which the Swiss national team will meet next Monday, after he left with an ankle injury in the 79th minute of yesterday’s match against Serbia.

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