World Cup: “We are here to play football”, replies Guendouzi to the Minister of Sports

The Minister of Sports, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, presented herself on the question this Thursday, November 24 in the morning on the antenna of Public Sénat, by declaring that the players of the France team “will be able to be free to express themselves, to use these spaces of freedom to carry their messages” over the coming weeks, while recalling the commitment shown by the German players. “I believe that the decision taken by Fifa to ban this One Love armband has not finished making ink flow. Would I have liked there to be a space of full freedom? The The answer is clearly yes. Are there spaces of freedom left where our France team can continue to express its commitment to human rights? The answer is yes.”she said in particular.

Asked about the proposals of the Minister of Sports during the press conference of the Blues, this Thursday, Mattéo Guendouzi, the midfielder of the Blues and Olympique de Marseille recalled in particular that the Blues had planned, in a letter published on November 15, to work for the defense of human rights in Qatar: “She’s a politician. She says what she wants. We made a press release to say what we supply.”


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