Jackson Irvine unsure of the merits of OneLove armbands at World Cup

Midfielder says LGBTQ+ community think message is ‘vague’Australia noncommittal on Gianni Infantino re-election bidHow and what time to watch the Socceroos vs Tunisia 2022 World Cup match live in AustraliaAustralia’s Jackson Irvine says he has sympathy for European World Cup players threatened with sanctions for wearing the OneLove rainbow armbands but has questioned the messaging behind them.The midfielder, who has been one of football’s most outspoken voices on the human rights problems which have long plagued the Qatar showpiece, acknowledged the complexities of the situation while also pointing out that some members of the LGBTQ+ community have criticised it as “vague and lacking a real kind of statement”.

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