England and Wales among seven countries to confirm they will not wear OneLove armband in Qatar
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England and Wales will not wear the OneLove armband at the World Cup in Qatar, it has been confirmed.
The FA and Harry Kane had been adamant that they would wear the armband as a message of anti-discrimination and support for the LGBTQ+ community.
But on Monday morning, FA CEO Mark Bullingham said England have been exploring whether there is "another way to show our values" after FIFA threatened to book any captain wearing the OneLove rainbow armband in World Cup matches.
Now a joint statement from the Football Associations of England, Wales, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands and Switzerland, has explained why those nations have opted not not to wear it following continued pressure from FIFA.
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00:00 – England among nations that will not wear the armband
00:15 – Kaveh Solhelkol and Rob Dorsett react to this news
07:46 – Carl Fearn from Gay Gooners reaction
12:58 – Joint statement from countries which had signed up for OneLove campaign
13:55 – Reaction from the Wales camp
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