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Bruno Fernandes speaks up: Says he is 'not delighted in any way' about the World Cup

Bruno Fernandes

Manchester United and Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes has been critical of the World Cup in Qatar.

The player, that will represent his country, spoke after Sunday's match versus Fulham and opened up about the World Cup.

The top nationwide team competition will certainly start on November 20 and will certainly be the very first time it will certainly be played in the wintertime.

On the timing of the competition, which splits the club schedule in half, Fernandes claimed he doesn't like it.

" It's not exactly the moment we want to be playing worldwide Mug," he claimed.

" I assume for everyone, players and also followers, it's not the most effective time. Kids will certainly be at school, individuals will be working as well as the timings will certainly not be the very best for people to watch the games.

" We desire football to be for everyone. Everybody needs to be consisted of and also associated with a Globe Mug since a Globe Mug is the globe.

" It's for every person, no matter that. These example I believe need to not occur any time.

" However, for a Globe Cup it's more than football, it's an event for fans, players, something that's a happiness to view, as well as must be carried out in a far better way."

Bruno Fernandes criticises Qatar
Fernandes also talked about the human rights abuses that have actually happened in order to build multiple new arenas and the needed framework for the competition.

" We know the surroundings of the World Mug, what has actually remained in the past couple of weeks, previous couple of months, regarding individuals that have died on the building and construction of the arenas," the Manchester United midfielder stated.

" We are not happy concerning that whatsoever."

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