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Osieck sorry for sexist comment

Socceroos coach Holger Osieck makes "women should shut up in public" comments ahead of the start of post-match press conference. Courtesy of ABC News (Australia).

Australia head coach Holger Osieck has apologised for a sexist remark he made to the press following his side's 4-0 World Cup qualifying win over Jordan.

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German-born Osieck, when arriving for his post-match press conference on Tuesday, remarked to an organiser "you push me around like my wife".

He then said to the assembled media that there was a saying which translates as "women should shut up in public".

On Wednesday, Osieck is quoted by the Guardian as saying: "I got information it created waves. That was not the intent. To everyone offended, I sincerely apologise.

"There was no seriousness in it. If my wife knows I'll probably be in big trouble when I get home."

The Football Federation Australia added in a statement to Guardian Australia: "the comments made by Holger Osieck do not reflect the views of the FFA".

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