Top Irish sporting official apologises after making 'Black Dives Matter' ...

Top Irish sporting official apologises after making 'Black Dives Matter' ...
Top Irish sporting official apologises after making 'Black Dives Matter' ...
Top Irish sporting official apologises after making ‘Black Dives Matter’ comment under BBC story about Raheem Sterling being fouled for England’s decisive penalty against Denmark Bernard O'Byrne commented 'Black Dives Matter' under a BBC article on Facebook about the penalty awarded to Sterling in Euros semi-final O'Byrne, who is now the head of Basketball Ireland, has deleted the comment He apologised for the comment and said it was 'an error of judgement' 

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The former head of the Irish FA has apologised after he commented 'Black Dives Matter' on a BBC story about Raheem Sterling being fouled during England's game against Denmark.   

Bernard O'Byrne, who is now the head of Basketball Ireland, made the comment under a BBC article on Facebook about the penalty awarded to Sterling after he went down in extra-time of the Euros semi-final match. 

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The remark by O'Byrne has led to widespread condemnation and a member of Basketball Ireland's diversity and inclusion committee has stood down in protest.

O'Byrne has since deleted the comment and said it was 'an error of judgement'. 

Bernard O'Byrne, the former head of the Irish FA has apologised after he commented 'Black Dives Matter' on a BBC story about Raheem Sterling being fouled during England's game against Denmark

Bernard O'Byrne, the former head of the Irish FA has apologised after he commented 'Black Dives Matter' on a BBC story about Raheem Sterling being fouled during England's game against Denmark

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