Iran captain Ehsan Hajsafi spoke out towards the scenario in his dwelling nation earlier than his nation’s opening sport towards England on the World Cup.
Violent anti-government protests in Iran have been met with a fierce crackdown in latest months.
Speaking to reporters forward of Monday’s sport in Qatar, the 32-year-old stated the gamers “support” those that have died.
“We have to accept that the conditions in our country are not right and our people are not happy,” he stated.
Human rights activists have stated greater than 400 protesters have been killed and 16,800 others arrested in a crackdown by safety forces.
Iran’s leaders say the protests are “riots” orchestrated by the nation’s international enemies.
“Before anything else, I would like to express my condolences to all of the bereaved families in Iran,” defender Hajsafi stated at the beginning of the information convention.
“They should know that we are with them, we support them and we sympathise with them.”
“We cannot deny the conditions – the conditions in my country are not good and the players know it also,” the AEK Athens full-back added.
“We are here but it does not mean that we should not be their voice, or we must not respect them.
“Whatever we’ve is from them. We should battle, we’ve to carry out the most effective we are able to and rating targets, and current the courageous folks of Iran with the outcomes.
“And I hope that the conditions change to the expectations of the people.”
The build-up to the match had seen requires Iran to be kicked out of the World Cup, with campaigners citing the nation’s alleged navy backing for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and human rights points together with its therapy of girls.