FIFA rejects Denmark request to wear pro-human rights shirts

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Denmark's request for its players to be permitted to wear pro-human rights training shirts at the World Cup in Qatar has been rejected by FIFA.

The Danish football federation (DBU) asked if its players could wear shirts with the words "Human Rights for All".

World football's governing body prohibits all political messages and has asked teams to "focus on football" following a controversial build-up.

The DBU disputes that it is a political message but accepted the decision.

Read 45 times Last modified on November 11 2022

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