Gary Neville takes aim at King Charles and Prince William in Qatar World Cup hypocrisy row

Gary Neville appeared to target King Charles and Prince William last night as he attempted to defend his choice to accept money from Doha’s government to fund the football event.

Gary Neville appeared to take aim at King Charles and Prince William last night as he tried to justify his decision to take cash from Doha's regime to front the football tournament
The 47-year-old expert, who works for Qatari channel beIN SPORTS and ITV, asserted that the senior royals’ avoidance of the region was hypocritical.

The former Manchester United defender stated that William approved of the former Qatari prime minister’s donation of £2.5 million to the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF), which was established by the King.

He stated to ITV, “If Prince William does not choose to attend this event but is comfortable with his father accepting charitable money, then that is great.”

If political MPs don’t want to come over but are willing to accept money from them in our nation for their political party, that’s great with me, but I constantly see players and ex-footballers criticized.

Gary Neville appeared to target King Charles and Prince William last night as he attempted to defend his choice to accept money from Doha’s government to sponsor the football tournament.The pundit, 47, who is working for broadcaster beIN SPORTS and ITV in Qatar, claimed that the senior royals such as the King were hypocritical in shunning the region

The 47-year-old analyst, who works in Qatar for beIN SPORTS and ITV, asserted that top royals such as the King were hypocritical for neglecting the region.

Neville has been accused of hypocrisy for accepting money from Qatar. During his interview on ITV, though, he stated: ‘I don’t feel conflicted.’ In recent weeks, this statement has come under intense criticism. I embrace this position because I’m there to be shot at, and I’ve been strongly criticized, just like our BBC colleagues were yesterday.

“However, the fact is that, from my perspective, I abhor violations of workers’ rights, I abhor the thought of people not being paid enough, working in horrible circumstances, and not having enough housing. The violations of women’s rights and human rights. I cannot tolerate it.

“However, I also have ties with individuals in this region of the world, and have for many, many years.” These connections have a long history in our nation.

The former Manchester United defender criticised William saying he was 'OK' with the former Qatari prime minister donating £2.5million to the Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund (PWCF)

The fact that we get the majority of our energy from the Middle East, that they run our banks, and that the Royal Family has sporting and charity ties with the Middle East.

You believe that our government and political parties maintain links to the Middle East. They own both London Heathrow and the London Stock Exchange. Football is the subject of inquiry.

The former Manchester United defender criticized William for claiming it was OK for the former Qatari prime minister to donate £2.5 million to the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF)Neville claimed England manager Gareth Southgate and his Three Lions coaching staff should wear the 'OneLove' rainbow armband showing support for gay people after captain Harry Kane and others were forced to back down on wearing it

Neville argued that England manager Gareth Southgate and his Three Lions coaching staff should wear the ‘OneLove’ rainbow armband demonstrating solidarity for homosexual people, after England captain Harry Kane and others were forced to back down on wearing it.

And football tournaments that have drawn attention to challenges in different regions of the world.

In the lead-up to the World Cup, Qatar has been strongly criticized for its position on human rights, notably its treatment of women and homosexual people.

Human rights groups have scrutinized the country’s treatment of migrant laborers in addition to its criminalization of homosexuality.

Neville said that England manager Gareth Southgate and his Three Lions coaching staff should wear the rainbow ‘OneLove’ armband to demonstrate solidarity for LGBT people, after England captain Harry Kane and others were forced to back down from wearing it.

Yesterday, the governing body of football, FIFA, abruptly insisted that captains such as Kane would face a yellow card for wearing the band during the competition, making a mockery of their ostensibly impartial, egalitarian attitude in the tournament.

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