Denmark players will have to get through the World Cup without the support of their stunning WAGS who have been banned from attending the tournament by the nation's FA.
The World Cup begins in late November, and most countries usually allow players to bring along their wives and girlfriends for the spectacle. However, that won't be the case for the Danes this time round as the country's football chiefs have enforced a ban on the team's significant others coming along for the trip as they don't want to enhance Qatar's economy.
The host nation have come under fire for its poor human right's record that has led to members of the LGBTQ+ community scared to attend tournament. While some of the country's other rules will see fans reprimanded for acts such as drinking in public and dressing inappropriately – which is down to law enforcement's discretion.
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Plus, supporters face further agony when going to Middle East as it was revealed hotels and bars in Qatar won't be showing live games because of the exorbitant price being charged by regulators. Although the country has made an attempt to appease fans by providing a 'Glastonbury like' arena for supporters to drink freely for 19 hours a day.
All of these issues have led Denmark's FA (DBU) to make the decision to ban the WAGS to avoid further fattening the country's coffers. Speaking on the unprecedented call, DBU spokesman Jakob Hoyer explained to the Copenhagen Daily: "The DBU and the DBU's board of directors have decided to minimise travel to Qatar in connection with the World Cup.
"We don't want to contribute to making a profit for Qatar. Therefore we have slowed down our travel activities as much as possible. At previous tournaments the players' wives and girlfriends have travelled with the board.
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"But we have cancelled those trips to this tournament." The news will be a bitter blow to the Dane's who need all the extra support they can get to get past the tournament's reigning Champions France, Tunisia and Australia in Group D.
Players that will be affected from the ban include Manchester United ace Christian Eriksen, and Tottenham star Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, along with a slew of other Premier league Dane's. It's a far cry from when the Danish WAGS were out in full force to cheer on their partners when they lost 2-1 to England in the Euro 2020 semi-finals last year at Wembley.
Luckily for the Three Lions, the English FA haven't taken the same stance as their European counterparts and Gareth Southgate's squad will have the company of their other halves in Qatar. And the England team's partners plan to spend their time in Qatar basking in luxury by booking themselves an indefinite stay on a stunning £1billion cruise liner.
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