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FA chairman Clarke ashamed over football’s homophobia

London (AFP) – Football Association chairman Greg Clarke told members of parliament on Monday that he was ashamed of the sport’s homophobia and admitted the governing body must do more to tackle the issue. Clarke, who was speaking before the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, believes there is a vocal minority who make it impossible for a leading player to come out as gay.
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