FIFA wants Mexico to be an example of how to eradicate discriminatory behavior

Yon de Luisa, president of the FMF, assured that FIFA is watching the efforts and the unification of all parties to eradicate homophobic chants with a wary eye.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - World governing body FIFA has a plan for Mexico. It hopes that the case of the Mexican Football Federation and its fight against homophobic chants will be an example for the world because of the efforts of Mexican officials to eradicate this behavior among fans.

"I had the opportunity to speak with Gianni Infantino (FIFA president), but the most important thing was the meeting we had earlier with FIFA's Education and Culture Division. We were able to show all the efforts of CONCACAF and FMF. FIFA was impressed and thought that the case of Mexico . . .

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