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13 July 2018, 04:55 | Pamela Mathis
FIFA has ordered World Cup broadcasters to stop zooming their cameras in on "hot women" in the crowd during matches, to help prevent sexism in football.
Piara Powar, the head of the FARE network which monitors discrimination in European soccer and has been working with Federation Internationale de Football Association, said the victims had included Russian women harassed by fans and television reporters who had been accosted while broadcasting. "We've done it with our host broadcast services", Addiechi said, via the BBC.
Anti-discrimination group Fare Network has been working to monitor discriminatory behaviour around World Cup games.
Before the commencement of the tournament last month, there were fears that homophobia and racism would be the major areas of concern but FARE said sexism has been the main focus of discrimination. He estimated up to 10 times more unreported cases where Russian women were targeted.
Powar said with Russian authorities also keeping home-grown hooligans away from games, the World Cup had an worldwide crowd "very different to the fans that come to domestic football".
"Surely, the level of competitions will decline, and footballers will have to cope with that".
Talking about his pledge to deliver a better performance at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Cherchesov said that the main thing about gaining success is to continue moving in the right direction and developing football in Russian Federation.
It is understood that more than 20 supporters were identified by the authorities and they lost their FAN-IDs and were sent home.
If you go to Google and type in the words "World Cup" and "women fans" what comes up is images of attractive women dressed in their nations colours and usually wearing short shorts or crop tops.
"FIFA established a preliminary testing pool of more than 1,500 players who were potential participants at the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation".
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