Qatar’s slave labour has said it welcomes FIFA’s recommendation that the 2022 World Cup should be held a few months later than normal, giving them more chance of them finishing the stadia on time, and therefore less chance of having their Human Rights violated for being late.
“We think FIFA have made the right decision, and it may have saved a few workers their lives” one slave said.
“And it’s only moral that multi-millionaire footballers shouldn’t be forced to play for 90 minutes in that heat, even if that means we will now be working 18 hour days through that summer heat to make sure everything is perfect for November.
“We can’t complain though, mainly because it reduces our chance of getting paid, which is pretty low as it is.”
Sepp Blatter is said to be happy with the plans to move the World Cup. “The sticky flap on brown envelopes is pretty ineffective above 35 degrees” he said