‘Dutch fans are right to boycott World Cup’ | Louis van Gaal on the human rights concerns in Qatar

By | November 16, 2022

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Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal says fans who are boycotting the World Cup over human rights concerns are right to do so but hopes if his side get to next month's final they will at least watch the game on television.

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You have a very respected voice in in Football and Sport you said a short While ago that the the idea of the World Cup here in Qatar was ridiculous Why did you say it was ridiculous and do You think there's a chance that it could Be a good thing possibly because it Helps shine a light on some of the Issues here The aim of the FIFA was at that time To develop countries and therefore they They give That we play here But I think that you have to Play in football countries More experience with everything But also to Stimulate that country in another way That they are at the right way and this Is also a small country now My family or my friends has a lot of Difficulties to find a place So that's also a Remark but The organization And the peaches and everything the Facilities are that we call that and and Uh These are very good But some fans have said they won't watch This world cup they won't travel here Because of the human rights issues that We know about yeah what do you think About that element and again do you

Think it could actually I think that They are right to do that because they Believe in that and they have to do that So no problem with that and I hope that We play so fantastic That at the end of the tournament when We play the final They shall Look For the television how good we are