Some of the fans of Orlando City SC waved rainbow flags before the start of the team’s match Saturday against the San Jose Earthquakes in Orlando, Fla. Sporting Kansas joined Orlando City and other soccer clubs in honoring the 49 people killed June 12 in the massacre at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Some of the fans of Orlando City SC waved rainbow flags before the start of the team’s match Saturday against the San Jose Earthquakes in Orlando, Fla. Sporting Kansas joined Orlando City and other soccer clubs in honoring the 49 people killed June 12 in the massacre at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando. Jacob Langston The Associated Press
Some of the fans of Orlando City SC waved rainbow flags before the start of the team’s match Saturday against the San Jose Earthquakes in Orlando, Fla. Sporting Kansas joined Orlando City and other soccer clubs in honoring the 49 people killed June 12 in the massacre at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando. Jacob Langston The Associated Press
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