As is known, Saudi Arabia has applied to host the 2034 World Cup (>>> Saudi Arabia wants to host the 2034 World Cup).
Following the announcement that the 2030 World Cup will be held in six countries on three continents (>>> all information here), the contract will be awarded to a country from Asia or Oceania for 2034.
One of the people now promoting hosting the 2034 World Cup in the Gulf state is Steven Gerrard. The Liverpool icon shared his joy with the Saudi Arabia app on Instagram. “It’s amazing that the 11-year journey to reach a World Cup final on home soil may have already begun for some young players. The hard work starts now. #saudi2034,” the 43-year-old wrote.
“How much money did you get for that?”
This post should not be a coincidence. Gerard has been coaching the Saudi Al-Ettifaq team since last summer. After moving to the Saudi Professional League, the Liverpool legend faced a lot of negative criticism.
Gerrard “sold his soul for money” by being involved in the Gulf state, and now he has fewer friends with Saudi Arabia’s 2034 World Cup ads. “How much money did you get for that?” Or “He will say anything for money” are the offensive comments from many Instagram users who do not buy the credibility of Steven Gerrard’s post.
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