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Former British football player David Beckham talks with guests prior to a dinner celebrating American artist Jeff Koons exhibition entitled ???Lost in America at Museum of Islamic Arts, in Doha, Qatar, on November 20, 2021. Soccer legend David Beckham is facing criticism from human rights campaigners for reportedly signing a $2 77m deal with Qatar to serve as an ambassador for the 2022 World Cup, The Mail on Sunday reported.The former England captain is expected to earn close to $ 21m per year over the next decade in the role and will promote tourism and culture in the Middle Eastern nation, The Sun said. Photo by QM via Balkis Press/ABACAPRESS.COM
Дэвид Бекхэм - амбассадор Чемпионата мира в Катаре
2021-11-20
Balkis Press/ABACA/Abaca/East News
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