WATCH: Ireland Soccer Team Booed For Taking Knee, Hungary Team Stands Tall

Chris Menahan
Jun. 10, 2021

Ireland's national soccer team was loudly booed for taking a knee in the name of "social justice" at the start of their match with Hungary on Tuesday in Budapest.

Hungary's players chose to stand tall and refused to kneel in submission before globohomo.

From NY Daily News:
"It is a difficult time for everyone," Irish player Shane Duffy explained. "We decided as a nation (to take a knee) and we stand by that. Everyone has got their opinions but hopefully we made the right choice."
You didn't.

You should be ashamed of yourself.
"The fact it was booed is incomprehensible, really, and it must be damaging for Hungary," [Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny] reportedly said. "It's disappointing and it doesn't reflect well on Hungary."
The thought of not kneeling like a slave is "incomprehensible" to Kenny boy!

Talk about embarrassing!

"The rules of UEFA and FIFA do not allow politicization on the pitch and in the stadium, which the MLSZ not only accepts but agrees with," the Hungarian Football Federation said in a statement on Twitter as translated by Google. "The national team will not express its condemnation of any form of hatred by not kneeling before the matches."

Well done, Hungary!

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