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New Zealand plans to stop using the nickname of all whites

New Zealand plans to stop using the nickname of all whites

The national football team may drop its war name as part of the cultural diversity

Nickname of All whites Used by (all white) National selection Football New Zealand It may be removed as part of the country’s federation’s review of cultural diversity.

The nickname refers to all white uniforms National selection Successful classification was used for the first time during the campaign New Zealand For the 1982 World Cup in Spain. National selection Black rugby, as it is called All black (Everything is black).

Reports on New Zealand Nickname for the men’s football team – also known as the women’s team Football ferns (Ferns, for their uniform shield leaf) – One of the many sporting features evaluated by the country’s governing body.

“Like many national organizations, New Zealand football Is on a journey to respect cultural inclusion and principles Agreement Oh வைதங்கிThe federation said New Zealand In a statement, it refers to the agreement between the British Crown and its leaders மரி ரி Signed in 1840.

As part of our sustainability and delivery plan announced last year, we have been working with partners throughout the sport, as well as those outside of football, to inspect all parts of the company to make sure they are appropriate. 2021 and beyond.

“It’s too early to talk about the results, but it’s important work as we strive to be the most inclusive game at Aotearoa.”

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The New Zealand rugby team Canterbury Crusaders in 2019 the knight wielded his shield and turned his shield into a focal point. மரி ரி In response to questions about whether references to wars between Muslims and Christians are appropriate.

Teams in the American Games have already undergone name changes, with Washington in the NFL and Cleveland in the MLB deleting nicknames offended by Native Americans.