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Diversity Award means so much to India: CEO Abhijeet Barse

Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – ‘Slum Soccer’ winning the inaugural FIFA Diversity award will mean the world to India, better known for its cricket than football, the CEO Abhijeet Barse told AFP on Monday. ‘Slum Soccer’ saw off two other short-listed rivals — The International Gay and Lesbian Football Association (ILGBTFA) and British anti-discrimination pressure group ‘Kick It Out’ — to take the award.
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