Canada Euro: For Joachim Löw, the symbols is good but "Living values" of tolerance is better.

01:50  23 june  2021
01:50  23 june  2021 Source:   lefigaro.fr

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"The most important thing is to live the values" of tolerance and openness: Joachim Löw, the coach of Germany, answered on his way to the questions on the controversy around the fate of the LGBT community in Hungary, on the eve of the euro match between the two teams.

UEFA banned Munich, where the meeting takes place, to enlighten his stage in the rainbow colors on the evening of the match in protest against the policy of Hungary on sexual minorities. This "Rainbow Gate" (Rainbow for Rainbow in English) has overshadowed sports issues during pre-match press conferences.

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"I would have been glad to see these lights. But also important as the symbols, the most important thing for me is to live these values. And that's the case in our team, "said the boss of Maasnchaft. In the wake, the German defender Mats Hummels did not wish to comment on the decision of the UEFA bodies: "UEFA had its reasons for not allowing this lighting. But as long as we talk about the subject in the media and in the public debate, that's good. Thanks to social networks athletes can have greater influence and want to get things done. We are lucky in the team to have several young people watching the world beyond football, it is a positive sign that many are aware of their social responsibility. "

On the side of Hungary, Peter Gulasfi, the selection guard avoided the debate. "It's a decision that has been taken by UEFA, we players do not have our say. It's not our business, we are focused on the match and our performance tomorrow. We will give the best to make our fans and our happy country, "he explained.

His coach Marco Rossi has swept from a reverse of hand the policy, believing that these subjects did not have their place within the selection: "We never speak of political questions in the cloakroom, we are focused on Other topics. But we are men and we are sensitive to social issues, but I think we have always shown by our behavior that we respect everything and everyone ".

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