Because of Qatar: Norway Club plays in QR
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The Norwegian first division Thomson IL draws attention to the persistently problematic human rights situation in the World Cup host country with a very special action.
The northernmost professional club in the world will in future play in jerseys with a huge QR code on breast and sleeves. Once scanned, this leads to a website with information about the situation in the desert state.
We can not do so as if football and politics have nothing to do with each other, writes the club on his website and asks, We should never look away when someone uses our wonderful game to cake the violation of human rights.
Support of Amnesty International
The jersey will be borne for the first time at the season finale in the Elite Series on Sunday against Viking Stranger. The action is supported by Amnesty International and Malcolm Tidal. The Ken yer worked in Qatar himself and was locked up there because he had reported on local the maladministration.
Thomson shouted a few months ago the boycott movement in Norway against the World Cup in Qatar. The attempt to move the national team to waiver failed in the summer with a bandage day. In autumn, the team around Dortmund's striker Erlang Haaland had missed the final round on athletic way.
Therefore, critical questions may not belong to the past, called thrombus club chef OVID Planes: We should ask ourselves how many people still have to die before we are willing to sacrifice the success. The strategy of the dialogue has zero effect, not least the assignment of the club World Cup 2021 by FIFA into the United Arab Emirates.