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David Beckham urged to cut ties with Qatar after the nation’s mistreatment of migrant workers

David Beckham is urged to cut ties with Qatar and reverse his decision to be a ‘face’ of next year’s World Cup due to the nation’s poor treatment of migrant workers in the run-up to the tournament.

  • Currently, David Beckham will become one of the faces of the World Cup in Qatar.
  • The big soccer event will take place in Qatar next year despite the big problems.
  • Qatar’s treatment of migrant workers collaborating in the tournament has been criticized
  • Former England captain Beckham, UNICEF ambassador, has been urged to cut ties
  • Beckham regards Qatari leader Sheik Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani as a friend


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David Beckham is under increasing pressure to reverse his decision to be a ‘face’ of the Qatar World Cup.

An Amnesty International report claims that the treatment of migrant workers in the country has deteriorated and urges you to highlight their plight.

Camp Beckham declined to comment on the report, which exposes the host nation’s failure to investigate the deaths of construction workers after long shifts in the scorching desert heat.

David Beckham has been urged to reverse his decision to become the face of Qatar 2022

David Beckham has been urged to reverse his decision to become the face of Qatar 2022

The World Cup will be held in Qatar against a background of the nation's poor human rights record.

The World Cup will be held in Qatar against a background of the nation's poor human rights record.

The World Cup will be held in Qatar against a background of the nation’s poor human rights record.

A year into the tournament, Beckham is due to be in Doha this weekend for the Qatar Grand Prix and now faces awkward questions as he begins promoting the World Cup.

High-level sources at UNICEF, a key part of their charity work for 15 years, are ‘dismayed’ by Beckham who signed a multi-million dollar deal with the Qataris. Amnesty said he should use his post to “keep the world’s focus on the human rights issues surrounding matches” at next year’s World Cup.

The organization said: “David Beckham has a unique global profile that offers ample opportunities to highlight human rights issues in Qatar.”

Talking would imply a total U-turn on your part. During a trip to the country in 2019, he said he counted the country’s leader, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, as a friend. Beckham said at the time: ‘I think for me it’s what you want in a World Cup. You want to get somewhere and feel happy. ‘

Beckham (above) regards the country's leader, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, as a friend

Beckham (above) regards the country's leader, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, as a friend

Beckham (above) regards the country’s leader, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, as a friend.

Amnesty International’s 48-page report paints a bleak picture of what immigrant workers face, with Qatar’s promises to abolish the hated kafala system, which restricted migrant workers from leaving the country or changing jobs without it. permission from your employer, without evidence.

Amnesty UK Executive Director Sacha Deshmukh urged current England players and coaching staff to speak. Deshmukh said: “The FA is part of the UEFA Task Force on Workers’ Rights in Qatar and can pressure the Doha authorities to strengthen protections for migrant workers, investigate worker deaths and help design a tournament with a really positive legacy. “

An FA spokesperson said: “We believe there is evidence of substantial progress on the part of Qatar in relation to workers’ rights, but we recognize that there is still much to do.” The Qatari government did not respond to a request for comment.

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