Offbeat Bayern boss: Called for homosexuality in soccer clubs

17:41  19 february  2021
17:41  19 february  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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In the debate about homosexuality in soccer, the President of Bayern Munich, Herbert Hainer, emphasized the responsibility of the clubs. It is not their job to encourage a player to live their and his sexual orientation publicly, said the club boss of the "Rheinische Post". "That is a decision that everyone has to make for themselves, and of course we as a club will then support our athletes in their and his personal decision," said Hainer.

Herbert Hainer, Präsident des FC Bayern München. © Sven Hoppe / dpa / archive image Herbert Hainer, President of FC Bayern Munich.

In his opinion, the topic goes beyond sport. «We have to work in society to create a climate in which you don't have to encourage anyone. We would like to make a contribution to this, ”said Hainer.

That's why people of all age groups are working intensively on the topic, including education on the Bayern campus. «One of our pedagogues on campus answered the question of how society and football must change so that homosexual people don't have to hide and convey very clearly that 'Mia San Mia' also means 'Mia San Bunt' »», reported the club president.

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