Felix Sanchez, the coach of Qatar, on allegations of bribery: “The internet is really dangerous.”
As his squad prepares for Sunday’s opening match against Ecuador, Qatar coach Felix Sanchez has cautioned that “the internet is very harmful” and emphasised that his team is untouched by rumours regarding the fairness of the World Cup.
Rumors have surfaced online accusing the host nation of being willing to bribe officials, which has been largely refuted, and casting doubt on the validity of their most recent matches.
The Asian champions Qatar, who are in Group A with Senegal and the Netherlands, will be the underdog in each of the three games, but Sanchez isn’t going to let the attention on the off-field drama keep his team from competing.
Coach of Qatar said
I believe there is a lot of misinformation, he declared. Although the internet is a fantastic tool, it is also, in my opinion, incredibly harmful. We have been preparing and training for many years. Since we are strong and united as a group, no one will be able to undermine us as a result of this criticism, thus we are unaffected at all.
We are thrilled, driven, and grateful to be participating in our first World Cup. We don’t take anything else into consideration since we are too busy thinking about how to prepare for the game and manage our emotions. The best thing that can happen to a team or a football player is to remain cool, shun rumours, and minimise noise in your immediate environment.
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