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sport news Payne Haas wants to ask Broncos and Blues to REMOVE booze and gambling ads from ... trends now
sport news Payne Haas wants to ask Broncos and Blues to REMOVE booze and gambling ads from ... trends now

sport news Payne Haas wants to ask Broncos and Blues to REMOVE booze and gambling ads from ... trends now

Payne Haas intends to ask Broncos and Blues to REMOVE booze and gambling ads from his jerseys as star prop looks to emulate Sonny Bill Williams and distance himself from sponsors that don't align with his Muslim beliefs Payne Haas wants to remove gambling and drinking ads from his rugby jerseys  Haas, 22, became a Muslim in 2019 and wants to be a 'leader for Islam'  Sonny Bill Williams was allowed to remove ads which didn't align with Islam Now Haas has said he plans to ask the NSWRL for permission to do the same 

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Payne Haas has detailed his plans to ask Broncos and Blues chiefs to allow the removal of alcohol and gambling sponsors from his jerseys as they do not align with his religious beliefs. 

Haas, 22, became a Muslim in early 2019 and has designs to be a 'leader for Islam' through his rugby league exploits, like former All Blacks superstar Sonny Bill Williams

Back in 2017, the Kiwi star was given permission to cover up a banking sponsor on his Auckland Blues shirt as his Islamic faith forbids financial institutions charging interest and fees on loans.   

Payne Haas says he plans to ask to remove gambling and drinking ads from his jersey

Payne Haas says he plans to ask to remove gambling and drinking ads from his jersey

Brisbane Broncos have been associated with beer brand XXXX, although alcohol does not align with Haas's religious beliefs

Brisbane Broncos have been associated with beer brand XXXX, although alcohol does not align with Haas's religious beliefs

And the Broncos prop says he is keen to follow in the Kiwi's footsteps. No conversations have been held with the NSWRL over the possibility of covering up brand logos which are not agreeable to Islam, but it is a subject he wishes to discuss.

'There is going to be a time when I'm going to align with it and I want to be a leader for Islam and for Muslims,' Haas

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