‘Today I feel gay, African, disabled’: FIFA chief defends Qatar in bizarre speech

'today i feel gay, african, disabled': fifa chief defends qatar in bizarre speech

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “‘Today I feel gay, African, disabled’: FIFA chief defends Qatar in bizarre speech” – below is their description.

‘Today I feel gay, African, disabled’: FIFA chief defends Qatar in bizarre speech. FIFA chief Gianni Infantino hit out at criticism of Qatar from Europe on the eve of the world cup, recalling his own experiences of bullying as he aligned them with other experiences of being ‘gay’, ‘African’, or ‘disabled’.

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