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A number of FIU players have been caught up in a controversy regarding their participation in the FIUs 2016 World Cup in Russia.
FIU is the host country of the tournament, with the majority of its players taking part in the event, although there are some that have opted to not.
FIUs football coach Dave Aranda is set to travel to Russia, with FIU’s international roster set to play against a team from the same country, but not all of the FIUS players have agreed to take part.
According to reports, FIU will be fielding a new team in Russia, in what would be a move to counter the recent comments made by head coach Dave Stapleton that his team would be playing in the tournament against Russian teams.
While FIU has not yet released a statement on the matter, the team has been publicly criticised in recent weeks.
In a recent interview with the Miami Herald, Stapton made the following remarks:I think we’re playing in Russia and we’re going to be there and I think it will be a great tournament, but I can’t really comment on it.
That’s for the Russians.
If we have a team in Moscow and they have a squad from another country that they’re playing against and I know the coach of that team, he’s not going to do that.
There’s nothing I can say about that.
I think he made that statement just to piss people off, to piss off his fans, to make it look like we’re not there and it’s going to turn into a circus.
The FIU coach, in an interview with ESPN, also stated that he believed that the team was being pressured to play in Russia to make the FIUSA World Cup a success.
However, a number of players have now come forward and stated that they are not willing to travel and have decided to boycott the tournament in the hope of playing elsewhere.
In the interview, Stadler claimed that the decision was not about the players but about the sponsorships.
FIUS is the governing body for the sport in the US, which includes FIU as a member.
According to the organization, the players’ decision to not participate in the World Cup was in part about the sponsorship deals that were on the table.
The statement from FIUS has also been criticised by many in the sports community, who are concerned that the move could lead to further issues of player suspension and/or the removal of FIUS members from FIUs national roster.
In response, FIUS tweeted on Wednesday that the players were not being removed from the FI USA roster, but that the FI US team had decided to suspend them for their participation.
The players, as well as other FIUS member teams, are not happy about the news, with several players claiming that they will not travel to the tournament unless the FIUT players comply with the decision.
FIFA has since come out and responded to the situation, with an official statement saying that the teams decision to suspend players from the tournament is not an indication that they plan to boycott, but rather that they have decided that it is in their best interests to not play the event.
The FIU Football Association (FIFA) has also commented on the situation saying that they “have nothing further to add”.
In an interview, FIUs head of player development Steve Houser said that the suspension was in response to the players decision to “play on their own terms”.
The decision was made in consultation with the FI United Football Federation (FUF), the FIIA, and the FIOS, he said.
Houser also stated in an official FIU statement that the “only thing that we are talking about right now is the players and that they all agreed to play on their terms”.
HOUSER added that the suspensions were not about FIU, but instead that FIUS was going to “take this situation as far as possible”.
“I think it is very clear that the only thing that the sponsors of FIUSA and FIUS have in mind is the tournament and that is all they’re interested in,” Housers said.
“We have nothing to do with the players, and FIU does not have anything to do whatsoever with FIUS, except to make sure that FIUSA’s World Cup is a success.”