French star Kylian Mbappe and Polish star Robert Lewandowski have been raising their voices against FIFA’s move for a biennial World Cup. The global governing body of football has been pushing the idea of organizing the biggest event in football within a two-year gap instead of four years. However, this proposal has received several disapprovals.
The chiefs of FIFA are arguing that it is something the young generation fans wish to see there is a want to capture the imagination of those followers who should be introduced to the game. However, today’s stars are yet to be convinced about the same, and in this regard, two of the top players of this generation have objected against this controversial idea.
Kylian Mbappe in this regard
French star Kylian Mbappe has argued that to play the World Cup every two years would certainly make the level of the competition a normal one and that shouldn’t be the case. He added that over a season they would like to play 60 games in a year. The Nations League, The Euro, The World Cup, and more we would like to play, but it is too much. He also added that if people desire to see the quality, he thinks that they need a break.
Robert Lewandowski in this regard
Poland star footballer Robert Lewandowski also took a similar stance when asked about the same, and argued that an increase in the amount of the matches would only see its overall level on snowdrop. He said that they have lots of games in the year and have very busy weeks. If the board wants to give the fans something different then they need a break.
They have to look ahead if they want to play a World Cup within a gap of every two years, and if it happens the level will certainly drop. It is quite not possible for the mind and the body to perform at the same level.