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Ex-Croatian Football Federation Head Done For Anti-Gay Remarks

The Supreme Court in Croatia has ruled that former president of the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) Vlatko Markovic discriminated against the gay population when he stated that homosexuals could not play for the Croatian national team because it is a sport for only “healthy” people.

The Court said that Markovic’s statement that homosexuals will not play in the Croatian football team while he was president was offensive and banned him from making similar comments in the future. Markovic was also ordered to make a public apology in the newspaper at his own cost.

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