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FIFA has launched an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by the Zambian women’s soccer team at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. FIFA is investigating a report on Saturday (June 6) that Zambia coach Bruce Mwape, 64, engaged in sexual misconduct with players during the tournament .Earlier in the day, the British newspaper The Guardian reported that Mwape had sexually harassed a player by touching her breasts during a Zambian team training session .According to the Guardian, several players witnessed Mwape touching a player’s breasts during a training session on Aug. 28, after the team’s second group game.The witnesses initially wanted to report the incident to FIFA immediately, but decided to wait, fearing that the team would be agitated with the tournament not yet over. After Zambia failed to advance to the round of 16, finishing third in Group C with just one win and two losses, the witnesses informed FIFA that Mwape 스포츠토토존 had committed sexual misconduct. This is not the first time Mwape has been accused of sexual misconduct. There have been multiple allegations that Mwape and his coaching staff have sexually abused players .One player, who asked not to be named, told the Guardian, “If Mwape wanted to sleep with someone, we had no choice but to comply. It’s normal for the coach to sleep with players in our team. “Just prior to the tournament, the Zambian Football Association conducted an investigation into “sexual misconduct in football”. While the ZFA did not name names, it is believed that Mwape may have been involved. “FIFA takes all misconduct very seriously and has clear procedures in place for all football officials who wish to report incidents,” said a FIFA official. “We have received a report regarding the Zambia women’s national team and are investigating. For reasons of confidentiality, we are unable to provide further details.”

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