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FILE - This is a Thursday, July 21, 2005 file photo of  Vlatko Markovic, head of the Croatian Soccer Federation in  Budapest, Hungary.  The head of Croatian Soccer Federation apologized on Wednesday Nov. 10, 2010,  for anti-gay remarks he made in an interview, in which he said that he would not allow a gay player on the national team. Vlatko Markovic's remarks sparked protests in Croatia, with two gay groups planning to complain to UEFA.. (AP Photo/MTI, Peter Kollanyi, File)
Photo by: PETER KOLLANYI
FILE - This is a Thursday, July 21, 2005 file photo of Vlatko Markovic, head of the Croatian Soccer Federation in Budapest, Hungary. The head of Croatian Soccer Federation apologized on Wednesday Nov. 10, 2010, for anti-gay remarks he made in an interview, in which he said that he would not allow a gay player on the national team. Vlatko Markovic's remarks sparked protests in Croatia, with two gay groups planning to complain to UEFA.. (AP Photo/MTI, Peter Kollanyi, File)

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