Immigration and the World Cup

mashtnaghi

National Team Player
Oct 18, 2002
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#1
Other than two teams KSA and Peru all other teams have a number of players who are first generation immigrants or have immigrant ansectry. You will be surprised that the number of players who were born outside of the nation thy are representing are less than the number of your fingers.
How many of the French players were born outside of France?
How many players from Belgium were born elsewhere?
How many English players were born in another country?
Click the link below, click on see map, and click the country you want. Be prepared to be surprised, and learn how false information, in this case most likely due to racism is falsely and easily perpetuated.

https://www.netbet.com/multicultural-cup-2018/
 

Kian Pars

Bench Warmer
Dec 9, 2005
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#4
I couldn't believe that such a mostly white, racist country like Rusia get a Brazilian player like Fernandes, by hey, after all, "HADAF VASILE RA TAEEN MIKONAD"
 

mashtnaghi

National Team Player
Oct 18, 2002
4,524
61
#7
He is Brazilian as much as Andre Aggasi is Iranian. Guys, he was born and raised in Russia. The point is that many nations that claim to have an immigrant problem, have national teams loaded with sons of immigrants. The case of players like Sterling born outside of England and then naturalized is rare. And players like Ghodoos Boateng have a choice and they pick the nation they think may give them most visibility.