The falling out with the armbands was the last straw
Jakob Jensen and Jesper Müller, CEO and President of the Danish Football Association, respectively, are looking into the possibility of leaving FIFA, along with some other unspecified federations, but those affected are allegedly affected by the ban on the ‘One Love’ captain’s armband in defense of rights gay.
“It’s not a decision that’s been made now. It’s been clear that for some time. We’ve been discussing this in the North since August. We’re thinking about it again now. If we leave there could be challenges. But we have to think about the question of how to restore confidence in FIFA We have to assess what happened and then develop a strategy, also with our Nordic colleagues, “said Müller.
Jakob Jensen spoke specifically about the badge issue: “On November 21 England asked FIFA for an emergency meeting. This, and there. The penalty could be a yellow card, or the captain not going to the match or they apply another penalty.”
Thus, the goal is to boycott Infantino who, however, will be re-elected to FIFA, since he is the only candidate for the presidency. Germany has already announced that it will not support Infantino, as Denmark has, but the support is still overwhelming, as Jesper Müller revealed: “There are 211 countries in FIFA and as far as I know the current president has statements of support from 207 countries. He is among those countries and you will not be “.