players strike, miss games and demand investment in football

Canadian players went on strike and refused to play against Panama in a private match, demanding the distribution of prize money related to qualification for the 2022 World Cup. The last time Canadians played the soccer World Cup was in 1986, the year of the Saltillo Case – Portugal national team players went on strike during training, demanded improvements in match prizes and reforms at the federation.

In a statement, Canadians, including Stephen Eustáquio, of FC Porto, and Steven Vitória, of Moreirense, expressed their dissatisfaction with the behavior of the federation, which has dragged on the matter for months. Faced with the ineffectiveness of the organization, they decided to skip the duel with Panama, apologizing to the fans. “It has been a great privilege and responsibility to represent and play for our country the last two days.

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