As It Happens5:53Brussels bar owner won’t air the World Cup, even though it doubles his profits
Usually, during the World Cup, it’s a non-stop party at the Café Maison du Peuple in Brussels.
“It’s crazy. It’s dancing. It’s cheering. It’s pouring beers everywhere. People are united behind their nation,” the bar’s co-owner, Thomas Kok, told As It Happens host Nil Köksol.
But this year, things are going to be different. Kok and his partners have decided not to broadcast a single game of the global soccer tournament.
“For the last 15 years, we’ve been broadcasting every single European Cup and every World Cup. But
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