Amid a major World Cup controversy over the One Love armband ban, Denmark will hold talks with England about leaving Fifa.

DENMARK is preparing to hold discussions with other Uefa members about the possibility of leaving Fifa.

Before backing down due to the threat of receiving yellow cards, they were one of seven nations, including England and Wales, that intended to wear One Love armbands.


Jesper Moller, the head of the Danish FA, stated that Denmark was considering leaving Fifa and that it was ready to hold talks with the 55 countries that make up Uefa, among them England.

There are FIFA presidential elections, according to Moller. There are 211 FIFA member nations, and from what I can tell, 207 of them have endorsed the current president.

Denmark is not one of those nations. And neither are we going to.

Jakob Jensen, the CEO, continued, “A decision has not yet been made. For a very long time, we have been very clear about this. In the Nordic region, we have been talking about it since August.

“I’ve given it more thought. There might be difficulties if Denmark departs on its own, in my opinion. But let’s try talking things out and see if we can’t.

“I need to consider the issue of how to rebuild FIFA’s reputation. We must assess what has occurred before developing a strategy, in collaboration with our Nordic colleagues.

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Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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