FIFA President Gianno Infantino has caused outrage among football fans after comparing discrimination suffered by marginalised groups to to having once had red hair
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has sparked anger among fans by shockingly comparing discrimination to once having "had red hair."
The Swiss-Italian football chief was addressing journalists from across the world at a FIFA news conference in Qatar the day before the World Cup got underway. But he stunned those in attendance by immediately diving into Qatar's highly-criticised human rights record and treatment of migrant workers in bizarre fashion.
Infantino started his press conference off with some opening remarks, saying: "Today I have very strong feelings. Today I feel Qatari. Today I feel Arab. Today I feel African. Today I feel Gay. Today I feel disabled. Today I feel like a migrant worker.