Thierry Henry has backed calls for a replay of the Ireland-France World Cup playoff he helped decide with his now infamous handball, even though FIFA has already rejected a request for a replay.
"Naturally I feel embarrassed at the way that we won and feel extremely sorry for the Irish who definitely deserve to be in South Africa," said Henry. "Of course the fairest solution would be to replay the game but it is not in my control.''
FIFA already rejected the calls for a replay, citing the Laws of the Game, which clearly state that all decisions made by match officials are final.
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