QATAR 2022: Has Beckham sold out by becoming an ambassador?
David Beckham has faced backlash for agreeing to a £150 million deal to be the face of the Qatar World Cup.
Qatar's poor human rights record has been highlighted by campaigners who have criticsed the former footballer's decision to be involved in this way.
Do you think David Beckham was wrong to accept the deal, or should the blame be with world cup organisers for allowing the competition to go there in the first place? Should the World Cup be heading to Qatar at all? Does football and the football industry have a moral responsibility to not include nations with poor human right's records?
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