England’s Harry Kane is set to wear an enemy of segregation chief's armband at the 2022 World Cup, in a move that could see the Three Lions striker rebuffed in Qatar.

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Kane brandished a rainbow armband in fortitude with the LGBTQ people group in Britain's last games before the World Cup

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 and he is because of wear an OneLove band at the very first winter World Cup.

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The English Football Association (FA) has joined nine other European federations, including the Football Association of Wales (FAW), in supporting a season-long OneLove campaign against discrimination.

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Kane and the chiefs of the eight different nations who have equipped for the World Cup will wear the OneLove armband in Qatar,

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where same-sex connections and the advancement of such connections are condemned

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At the point when the news was first reported in September, Tottenham striker Kane, 29, said: 

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I'm respected to enlist in my kindred public group skippers in supporting the significant OneLove mission.

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As skippers we may all contend with one another on the pitch, yet we stand together against all types of separation.

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"This is significantly more important when division is normal in the public arena. Wearing the armband together for sake of our groups will send a reasonable message when the world is watching."

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