‘I will NOT be watching’ | Addic from Kent explains decision to BOYCOTT Qatar World Cup

‘i will not be watching’ | addic from kent explains decision to boycott qatar world cup

GBNews published this video item, entitled “‘I will NOT be watching’ | Addic from Kent explains decision to BOYCOTT Qatar World Cup” – below is their description.

‘I will not be watching.’

Addic from Kent speaks to Mark Dolan about why he opposes the World Cup in Qatar.

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