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Monaco player covered the anti-homophobia logo on his shirt and was sanctioned

Monaco player covered the anti-homophobia logo on his shirt and was sanctioned

Soccer player Mohamed Camara pasted adhesive cloth over the logo on his shirt and received four suspension dates in the French League.

The Malian player from Monaco Mohamed Camara, who hid the anti-homophobia logo sewn onto his shirt during the last matchday of Ligue 1, received a four-match suspensionannounced this Thursday the French Football League.

“After listening to the player Mohamed Camara and confirming his refusal to carry out one or more awareness-raising actions in the fight against homophobia”the LFP Disciplinary Commission “decided to impose a four-match suspension on him,” the court wrote in a statement.

Mohamed Camara

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The news generated outrage in France

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