7 players on the same team refuse to support homosexuality

While the English Premier League and its French counterpart dedicate certain rounds each season to support “homosexuals”, there are opposition voices that stand in the way of support movements.

In the Australian rugby team Manly Warringah Sea Eagles, 7 team members refused to comply with the club’s decision that all players must wear rainbow colored shirts symbolizing “homosexuals”.

Manly Warriga will play his compatriot Sidney Roosters in a celebratory match on Thursday, July 28, aimed at supporting gays, according to the Spanish newspaper Marca.

The design of the shirt is done in rainbow colors on the sleeves and chest.

And Des Hussler, coach of Manley and the Warring Sea Eagles, admitted that the seven players who reject the idea don’t want to wear the jerseys for religious or personal reasons.

“They won’t wear a shirt because it’s against their cultural and religious beliefs, and we’re happy with their decision,” Hassler said.

Hasler stressed that the rest of the team would wear the jersey, while explaining that he did not consult with his counterparts, who rejected the idea.

Source: Brand

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