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an interview with Lloris on homophobia stifled by the FFF

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She would have been buried by the French Football Federation. For an interview carried out as part of an anti-homophobia clip in football, goalkeeper and captain of the Blues Hugo Lloris recognizes that homosexuality in football is ” a taboo topic “. But, as the media Stop on Images reveals, he goes on to explain that homophobic insults are part of “folklore in football” :

“When you’re on the pitch, it’s part of the decor, the fans who are sleeping, you can be insulted. In a pinch, we can use it as additional motivation in adversity, we want to do battle on the ground..“I don’t want to party on graves”: go there, watch or boycott the World Cup in Qatar, the dilemma of supporters

If the captain of the French team explains “to be against all forms of discrimination”the FFF decided not to broadcast the video, in the face of fears of controversy. “Frankly I think the FFF never really wanted to broadcast this clip…”assures ASI the former player, who carried out the interview, Yoann Lemaire, adding that, during the interview, Hugo Lloris was “next to the plate”.

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“It’s still quite rare to get three players from the France team to talk about homophobia and homosexuality in sport. The FFF had taken a first step then behind they act as if it had never happened. What’s the meaning of all this? »questions for his part the journalist co-producer Bertrand Lambert, president of PanamBoyz & girlz United, a 100% inclusive football club fighting against homophobia.

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Tuesday, November 15, before the start of the World Cup, the captain of the France team had confirmed that he would not wear the rainbow armband “One Love”, a symbol of protest against human rights violations. man in Qatar.

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The day before, at a press conference, he had said he wanted “show respect” in the host country, target of criticism from NGOs on the management of human rights and minorities.

When we welcome foreigners to France, we often want them to follow our rules and respect our culture. I will do the same when I go to Qatar”he said, comments echoing those of the president of the French Football Federation (FFF) Noël Le Graët, who was not very favorable to the initiative.

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