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News: World

Fri 17 Dec, 2010
By Newsdesk


I regret my comment, I didn't want to hurt anyone. We are against discrimination. I apologise for that comment," Blatter said

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FIFA| President Apologises

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The FIFA president has apologised for saying that gay fans should "refrain from sexual activity" if they go to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

"I regret my comment, I didn't want to hurt anyone. We are against discrimination. I apologise for that comment," Blatter said

Blatter's comments caused outrarage amongst gay rights groups who said he should apologise or resign.



 

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