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Theresa May has lambasted Fifa by branding the governing bodys poppy ban as utterly outrageous. The comments come as the Football Association (FA) attempt to get the ban lifted for the Armistice Day match between England and Scotland on 11 November. The row has broken out because teams are not allowed to carry political, religious or commercial messages on their shirts under Fifa regulations.
Nov 3, 2016
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- Steve Smith faster than Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli and Garry Sobers to 7000 Test runs
- 'Bumrah baby bowler in front of me… could've easily dominated him', former Pakistani player says
- Manish Pandey to marry actress Ashrita Shetty day after leading Karnataka to Syed Mushtaq Ali triumph