Whereas the men get £5,000 regardless of the result in their matches.'After the Maple M Mesos 2015 World Cup we had a 10-game victory tour,' said Lloyd. 'Seven of those games were on artificial pitch. The men don't play on it and that starts to make you wonder.'We need better standards. Men take charter flights, we're still in coach (economy).'There's a separation and it's just got to be better.'
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By Rejimon KuttappanMUSCAT, March 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) — Qatar has refused to allow scores of migrants from countries including India, Nepal and Bangladesh to return home, violating new labour reforms to improve workers' rights, activists and trade unions said on Wednesday.
A law making it easier for migrants to change jobs and leave the oil-rich Gulf state — where many of them have been recruited to build soccer stadiums ahead of the 2022 Fifa World Cup — came into effect in December.The Enjoy Qatari government has defended the reforms to replace the «kafala» sponsorship system, which forces foreign workers to seek their employer's consent to change jobs or leave the country — a measure rights groups say leaves workers open to exploitation.