World Cup 2022: We need to respect rules – Arsenal’s Xhaka counters Germany’s LGBTQ protest

Granit Xhaka, the captain of Switzerland, has vowed that his squad will not engage in any type of protest against FIFA over the decision to forbid OneLove from wearing a captain’s armband in Qatar.

Granit Xhaka
Granit Xhaka

Switzerland, according to the Arsenal midfielder, will prioritize the reason they are in Qatar and adhere to the regulations.

According to Xhaka, he and his colleagues are not in Qatar to “teach anyone a lesson.”

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FIFA’s strict position on forbidding players from donning OneLove armbands has drawn criticism from some nations and support from others.

The Germans mounted an on-field protest against the choice just before their game against Japan on Wednesday by concealing their mouths in the group shot.

When asked about Germany’s complaint during Switzerland’s post-match press conference, the knowledgeable Arsenal midfielder said: “I don’t think we need to do anything as the Swiss team.

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We need to respect the rules and concentrate on our football, that’s all I intend to do.

“We’re here to play football and not hand out lessons to anyone.

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