Dominique Strauss-Kahn: the politicization of football is becoming more and more extreme, and football can no longer cope with all the demands of the outside world.

December 15-Germany was involved in political topics such as the “One Love” armband at the World Cup. in a podcast on OMR, Bayern Chairman Dominique Strauss-Kahn said bluntly that the politicization of football was becoming more extreme and that the industry and players would no longer be able to cope with it.
In Strauss-Kahn’s view, players should not be asked to take on too much responsibility outside of competitive affairs: “the politicization in football is becoming more and more extreme and serious.” So people ask too much of the players, and I think people are gradually asking too much of football. This will make football no longer able to deal with everything that people impose on it from the outside world. ”
Of course, players should set an example on relevant topics, but Strauss-Kahn stressed: “if you want to set an example, football can be part of the whole jigsaw puzzle, but football can’t take on all the tasks.” it should be a political responsibility to play a role that should actually be played by someone else.
Germany’s action to cover up the mouth sparked controversy at the World Cup in Qatar. A few days ago, German media reported that the negative impact of these events may reduce the value of Bayern’s contract with Qatar Airlines.