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Maccabi Tel Aviv won the calls for Amos: "Gay is not a curse" | Israel Today


After the Yellows fans called the Maccabi Netanya goalkeeper "gay" during the game against Maccabi Netanya last Saturday, referee Noam Lubin decided not to punish the trophy holder

Maccabi Tel Aviv won tonight (Wednesday) in the court of the Football Association regarding the curses to Maccabi Netanya goalkeeper Danny Amos in the match between the teams last Saturday.

The association's prosecutor prosecuted the Yellows after the goalkeeper was subjected to "gay" chants for long minutes.

Judge Noam Lubin decided to win Maccabi Tel Aviv for two reasons: The first is that he claims that in 2022 calling someone "gay" is not an insult. Is that the prosecution should be kept on racist chants and not on such chants, which could lead to weekly groups coming to court for chants that should not be given importance.

It should be noted that for Amos these are calls that are unacceptable.

The younger brother of the veteran goalkeeper is a declared gay man and he has often fought in campaigns for the proud community.

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Source: israelhayom

All sports articles on 2022-01-26

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