Denmark's departure FIFA calls for OneLove after 'emergency meeting' with England
Denmark’s departure FIFA calls for OneLove after ’emergency meeting’ with England

Due to the controversy surrounding the OneLove armbands, Denmark is prepared to consider the possibility of withdrawing completely from FIFA together with other UEFA states.

Denmark's departure FIFA calls for OneLove after 'emergency meeting' with England
Denmark’s departure FIFA calls for OneLove after ’emergency meeting’ with England

After FIFA announced, on the eve of the tournament, that players would be shown yellow cards for wearing anti-discrimination armbands, the captains of seven European countries abandoned their plans to wear the armbands in a protest against Qatar’s human rights record. They were planning to wear the armbands in a protest against Qatar’s human rights record.

The CEO of the Danish Football Association (DBU), Jakob Jensen, disclosed during a news conference held on Wednesday morning that a yellow card would have been the “minimum” punishment that would have been given to captain Simon Kjaer.

According to the information provided by Jensen, “on November 21, England sought for an emergency meeting with FIFA, who came to the English hotel.” “FIFA stated that at the very least, a yellow card would be issued.”

There has been some debate regarding whether or not there is a legitimate legal justification for showing a player a yellow card, but there is. The sanction may have been a yellow card, or it could have been that the captain did not step out onto the field, or it could have been that he was banned.

Videos that are relevant: The tournament for the 2022 FIFA World Cup will begin amidst a number of controversies.

Denmark’s Jakob Jensen, feels disappointed with FIFA amid the row over the “One Love” armband

The German football association is taking FIFA to the Court of Arbitration for Sport over the ban, and the DBU delegation has now revealed the “anger” that this has caused by stating that they will not formally support the current president, Gianni Infantino, in his reelection bid. Infantino is running unopposed for reelection.

“There are elections for president taking place in FIFA. According to the chairman of the DBU, Jesper Moller, there are 211 countries that are members of FIFA, and the present president reportedly has statements of support from 207 of those countries. “Denmark is not included in the group of countries. And neither will we, so don’t bother asking.”

Moller also disclosed that Denmark was contemplating quitting FIFA and was open to discussing the matter with any of the organization’s other 55 member states.

“A choice has not been made about this matter at this time. Since a very long time ago, everyone is aware of this fact. Since August, he remarked, we have been having conversations about it across the Nordic region.

“I’ve given it some more thinking. If Denmark were to exit the EU on its own, I could see there being some complications. But before we decide that, let’s try to have a conversation about the situation.

I need to give some serious consideration to the issue of rebuilding people’s faith in FIFA. First, we need to conduct an analysis of what has taken place, and then, working together with our peers in the Nordic countries, we must formulate a plan.

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