All these opinions against some of those oil rich states and their human-rights violations, it is ironical that most of those regimes use American and European investments, weapons and weapon-systems. Also, the club itself is based in England, which if I recall correctly was supplying weapons to a country that killed more than 500 kids in one operation not so long ago.
No country rich enough is innocent enough to pass judgements on another.
The Iraq War caused the death of almost half a million people and the two main culprits there were George Bush and Tony Blair, isn't it?
So, extremely hypocritical talking about other rogue nations.
When China was hosting the Winter Olympics, there was a proper genocide going on of Uyghurs there. The Russian World Cup came under less scrutiny than the Qatar one even though everyone knows which nation is a bigger nuisance to foreign policy of Western powers.
When Ozil spoke up, Arsenal got rid of him, the German National team moved him out and suddenly they remembered about human rights when they weren't allowed to wear OneLove Bands? Hypocrisy Max!
I wish football was kept away entirely from these state-backed powers. I wish football could go back to being clean, but that is never gonna happen.
Behind every fortune lies a crime.
If Apple owns us, they have a long list of labor rights issues, hell they were even found using child-slave labor.
So, unfortunately, we just have to roll with the punches and move with the times, 'cos at the end of the day, nobody on the caf or even the fans who are season ticket holders, will have any control over who buys the club.
But, at least stop pretending to be holier-than-thou when it comes to States and human-rights violations. None of them are clean enough to point a finger at another.
The victims of Grenfell Tower fires are still seeking justice. Who speaks for their rights? Or are they not human enough?