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World Cup: German players protest FIFA rainbow ban, call human rights nonnegotiable

Por: Los Angeles Times Sports November 24, 2022

German players placed their hands over the mouths during their pregame photo and wore rainbow-colored stripes on their warmup shirts and cleats before Wednesday’s game with Japan, the most dramatic protest yet against FIFA’s efforts to keep World Cup teams from protesting Qatar’s dismal human rights record. Germany was one of seven European teams that planned to have its captain wear a OneLove armband to promote tolerance, diversity and... + full article



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