“Every single westerner have blood up to their knees”- Fans react to FIFA President’s opening speech remarks ahead of 2022 Qatar World Cup


“Every single westerner have blood up to their knees”- Fans react to FIFA President’s opening speech remarks ahead of 2022 Qatar World Cup

FIFA president Gianni Infantino

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has made his opening speech ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and has surely made headlines for varying reasons. Gianni addressed all the participants and the world with a baffling speech.

The FIFA president wanted to convey his message as a protest against racism but turned out to be a laughing stock for the Twitter community. Infantino addressed the press conference this morning and talked about several issues surrounding the tournament.

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“Today I have very strong feelings. Today I feel Qatari. Today I feel Arab. Today I feel African. Today I feel gay. Today I feel disabled. Today I feel a migrant worker. I feel like it because I know what it means to be discriminated (against).” These were the words said by the FIFA president in the press conference.

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Twitter reactions following FIFA president’s bizarre speech

The 2022 FIFA World Cup: An overview

The FIFA World Cup trophy

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is going to be the 22nd edition of the prestigious competition. The tournament will be held in Qatar between 32 top international teams. A football competition doesn’t get bigger than the FIFA World Cup.

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This will be the last FIFA World Cup of stars like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, and many more veterans. Who do you think would clinch the golden trophy at the end of this festive month?

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