Sweden has announced its support for a possible boycott of Spain’s women’s Nations League matches.
sweden international philippa angeldal She made it clear that she and her teammates support a possible boycott of the Spanish team in the Nations League match between the two teams this Friday, stating that she and her teammates find themselves in such a “difficult” situation. He said he regrets this.
“They should feel that they have all the support around them, and that other countries also support the decisions they make. If they feel they need to boycott the game to make something happen, it’s clear we support them “He said this in a statement to the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
“It would mean that something needed to change and that what I had been doing so far with the national team was not good enough,” he added.
The Manchester City midfielder, who lost against Spain in the semi-finals of the last World Cup, believes the fact that he was called up despite having requested otherwise makes for a “very difficult” situation.
“Obviously we’ve talked about it a little bit, but it’s a very sensitive topic.”. I can’t say, but I think they’re also very confused. There were many people coming and going. “It’s a very difficult situation.” He said.
“I don’t think anyone wants to go through something like this. I think it takes a lot of energy out of them mentally. There must be a lot of reasons to say no to the national team. The national team is the best thing we have, you want to represent your country. ” he finished.