Sport After the incident in Norway: FIFA referee Hagen comes out

14:22  27 october  2020
14:22  27 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Homosexuality is still a taboo subject in football. Active players or coaches shy away from an outing. The Norwegian FIFA referee Tom Harald Hagen came out earlier this week. He had previously directed a game in which a player homophobically insulted the opposing coach.

Bekam viel Zuspruch nach seinem Outing in Norwegen: FIFA-Schiedsrichter Tom Harald Hagen. © imago images Got a lot of encouragement after his outing in Norway: FIFA referee Tom Harald Hagen.

First a serious homophobic insult - and then a flimsy excuse: The former second division professional Flamur Kastrati (Osnabrück, Duisburg, Aue) behaved massively wrong in Norway on Sunday. "Shut up and sit down" was the more harmless part that the 28-year-old striker from Norwegian first division club Kristiansund BK shouted to coach Dag-Eilev Fagermo from Valerenga IF before a homophobic insult followed.

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"Just" a derailment in the heat of the moment? Not at all, because when asked in the "Eurosport" interview after the game (1: 1) whether he really said that, Kastrati repeated his failure. "He has a big mouth, you have to endure that you get something back."

His thin apology didn't follow until Monday. The Oslo-born international Kosovo player claimed in the newspaper "Verdens Gang" that he did not know the exact meaning of the word.

referee Hagen had overheard insults and came out the next day

referee Tom Harald Hagen had not heard of the incident, the Norwegian Association (NFF) announced an investigation. By the way, until the end of the investigation, Kastrati was excluded from training by his club. But the next day, Referee Hagen used the homophobic insult in the direction of the coach to publicly announce his homosexuality, about which he had not previously made a great secret.

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The incident brought a furious response from the Czech President Milos Zeman, who in February compared the The Barnevernet said this was child abuse and that the mother had deliberately knocked the tooth out . “For the moment Oskar remains in the care of a Norwegian foster family, and

"I have the feeling that it is important to make matters less explosive, that I am gay. I have lived this way my whole life, that is not something I worry about. This is my everyday life," he said FIFA referee quoted by the local newspaper "Glomdalen" from Kongsvinger. He thinks the time is ripe and "cannot imagine that it will have any other than positive consequences for me," said Hagen. The referee received a lot of public support and was described as a role model from several sides. "It is fantastic that Tom Harald shares his story and is helping to pave the way for more tolerance and acceptance for the diversity in sport," said Minister of Culture and Equality, Abid Raja, of the newspaper "Verdens Gang".

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