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World Cup faces ANOTHER row as Harry Kane told not to wear ‘OneLove’ rainbow armband or face booking


The already-scandal hit World Cup in Qatar face another row last night as it emerged England’s captain Harry Kane could face a booking and potential suspension if he goes through with his decision to wear the OneLove armband in a mark of equality for the LGBT+ community.

The start to the tournament dissolved into something of a farce on Sunday evening after a series of controversies in recent days, including a last minute alcohol ban, a largely empty stadium for the opening ceremony and thousands of people involved in a crush to enter FIFA fan zones.

The English captain had wanted to wear the armband to show solidarity with LGBT+ people following controversy over having Qatar as hosts – homosexuality is illegal in the country and can even be punishable by death.

But FIFA has strict rules…



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