How come that the worst player in the Swedish women's football team in the 2019 world cup got the most attention?Is there a hidden and biased list for commentators and camera crews (and managers) to emphasize "star players" - and then picked up by media?
Asllani failed almost every time she came in contact with the ball or a player. Countless Swedish attacks she managed to spoil.
Sweden played pretty much with one woman short.
Kosovare Asllani was by far the most over rated player.
The question is how the channels of influence work to force the Swedish team to have her instead of a better one from the bench?
We do know that the islamofascist Saudi dictator family (and other Gulf states) is keen on pushing for players they want to be in the limelight. We also know that the islamofascist Saudi dictator family has showed a particular interest in Albania and its surroundings.
Whether the attention has anything to do with this is an open question. However, this pattern seems quite common - and the players don't even necessarily know about it in every aspect.
Football (no dude, not American handball) is the world's most popular sport and therefore not only a target for commercial sponsors but also for evil islamofascism.
No matter what she did Asllani was all the time flashed from a camera and named repeatedly and extremely disproportionally by the commentators.
Peter Klevius feels sorry for the real heroines in the Swedish team, such as Sofia Jakobsson, Stina Blackstenius, Hedvig Lindahl etc. With someone else than Asllani you would probably have won.