Ireland’s national team booed for taking a knee before soccer match with Hungary

Ireland’s national soccer team was showered with boos after players took a knee to protest social injustice before a match with Hungary. The Irish Times reported some among the 10,000 fans in Budapest Tuesday expressed disapproval for the gesture before a game that ended in a scoreless draw. “It is a difficult time for everyone,” Irish player Shane Duffy explained. “We decided as a nation (to …

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