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  • Denmark kit manufacturer take stance on Qatar’s human rights record with new World Cup kit

    Hummel's decision to tone down the details of Denmark's World Cup kit in protest against Qatar's human rights record was driven by the company's desire to be seen as a purpose-driven brand, industry experts told Reuters on Thursday.

  • Thursday Freedom Kicks: Women’s Champions League field almost set, Denmark’s World Cup "protest" kits, and more

    Photo by Alvaro Medranda/Eurasia Sport Images/Getty Images Hummel wants to make a statement. Happy Thursday, everyone. First off, peace to everyone in Florida who was in the path of Hurricane Ian yesterday. Hopefully all fared okay and are out of harm’s way. Peace to Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina, who will feel Ian’s wrath in the coming days. Women’s Champions League qualifiers: Arsenal, PSG, Real Madrid, Juventus reach group stage - ESPNFC Arsenal FC, Real...

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  • Look: Sports World Reacts To Rachel Nichols' Admission

    Rachel Nichols has signed on to work in a multi-platform role with Showtime Basketball.  Recently, the longtime ESPN journalist appeared on Showtime's All the Smoke With Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson to discuss her departure from the Worldwide Leader.  Nichols infamously left

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