Denmark Banned by FIFA from wearing training kit during World Cup in Qatar

Jakob Jensen, the managing director of the DBU, told Danish agency Ritzau: “We have sent an application to FIFA, but the answer is negative, and we regret that, but we must take it into account.

“To me, this is a shirt with a simple message about universal human rights.”

Amnesty International also responded to the news, adding: “We do not understand that FIFA rejects this fine and important initiative from DBU.Information Guide Nigeria

“FIFA says time and time again that they take human rights very seriously, and in 2017 the association adopted a human rights policy for the first time, in which they undertake to respect human rights.

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“We, therefore, believe that it is disappointing that they reject this basic human rights message.”

Players from Denmark have been informed that they cannot wear their pro-human rights training uniform during the World Cup.

FIFA rejected the country’s request to wear shirts with the slogan “Human rights for everyone” in instead of sponsors.

With their tournament home, away, and third-match uniforms, Denmark has already made a statement.

The Hummel-designed uniforms have a muted crest and emblems and an all-black uniform to represent the “color of morning” in an effort to draw attention to Qatar’s shoddy human rights record.

With their sponsors consenting to have their logos altered with negative remarks about Qatar, they planned to stage another protest using their training kits.

However, FIFA has since informed them that they are not allowed to wear them.

If Denmark ignores FIFA’s directive and wears the shirts nevertheless, they risk being punished or perhaps losing points.

All political statements are prohibited from being broadcast during games and competitions by FIFA, and its president Gianni Infantino and general secretary Fatma Samoura recently urged all participating nations in Qatar 2022 to “concentrate on football.”JAMB Result

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Emediong Ekpe

Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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