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As evidence – before the Women’s World Cup: players had to show their genitals

As evidence – before the Women’s World Cup: players had to show their genitals

In her book I Didn’t Say Half, former soccer player Nella Fischer revealed the disturbing routines. In the run-up to the 2011 World Cup in Germany, players had to show their genitals to a physiotherapist. So it must be checked if they are indeed women. This is stated by the “photo”.

“We were told that we should not shave there in the coming days and that we would show our genitals to the doctor,” the Swedish woman wrote in her book. Rather than protest it, the soccer players complied. “Nobody wants to risk the chance of going to the World Cup,” said the former defender. “We just have to shake things up, no matter how sick or humiliating it feels.”

FIFA justified the investigation by saying that serious allegations had been made against Equatorial Guinea in the run-up to the World Cup. It is said that some of the men were part of the team’s team. Two weeks before the start of the tournament, the global governing body published guidelines stating that every participating country had declared that players had been screened according to their gender.

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