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Swiss soccer league fines player for using 'gay' as insult

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The league said its tribunal declined to suspend Lucerne goalkeeper Marius M�ller. He criticized the play of his teammates in a television interview after a 4-1 loss against St. Gallen. The 29-year-old German was judged to have used the word "gay" as an insult.
3 months ago·Bern, Switzerland

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Swiss League Fines Lucerne Goalkeeper Marius Müller for Using 'Gay' as Insult

Müller was fined 2,000 Swiss francs for using the word “gay” as an insult in a post-game interview. The statement had not targeted a player, referee or spectator at the stadium, the league said, “but rather expressed frustration” at his teammates’ inadequate defensive work

3 months ago·India
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Swiss soccer league fines player for using 'gay' as insult

BERN, Switzerland (AP) — A soccer player judged to have used the word “gay” as an insult in a post-game interview was fined 2,000 Swiss francs ($2,070) by the Swiss

3 months ago·United States
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Swiss soccer league fines player for using 'gay' as insult

A soccer player judged to have used the word “gay” as an insult in a post-game interview has been fined about $2,000 by the Swiss Football League

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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Swiss soccer league fines player for using 'gay' as insult

BERN, Switzerland (AP) — A soccer player judged to have used the word “gay” as an insult in a post-game interview has been fined about $2,000 by the Swiss Football League. The league says its tribunal declined to suspend Lucerne goalkeeper Marius Müller and judged that his words had been thoughtless but not homophobic. The 29-year-old German criticized his teammates’ play in a television interview after a 4-1 loss against St. Gallen. He and his …

3 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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Swiss soccer league fines player for using 'gay' as insult

BERN, Switzerland (AP) — A soccer player judged to have used the word “gay” as an insult in a post-game interview has been fined about $2,000 by the Swiss Football League. The league says its tribunal declined to suspend Lucerne goalkeeper Marius Müller and judged that his words had been thoughtless but not homophobic. The 29-year-old German criticized his teammates’ play in a television interview after a 4-1 loss against St. Gallen. He and his …

3 months ago·Panama City, United States
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Swiss soccer league fines player for using 'gay' as insult

BERN, Switzerland (AP) — A soccer player judged to have used the word “gay” as an insult in a post-game interview was fined 2,000 Swiss francs ($2,070) by the Swiss Football League on Tuesday. The league said its tribunal declined to suspend Lucerne goalkeeper Marius Müller and judged that his words had been thoughtless but […]

3 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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