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It is an issue between two individuals - if they want to shake hands that's fine, but I would much rather concentrate on the camaraderie between managers, between clubs.
According to the Doy-an news agency, AK Party ystanbul deputy HE-seyin BE-rge wanted to shake hands with hairdresser Mustafa Genc as he was paying visits to shopkeepers in Syraselviler but Genc refused to shake hands with the deputy.
I heard someone ask if he wanted to shake hands with the audience and he said no.
There were fears the pair would not shake hands before tomorrow's game, but both appear prepared to do so.
The three points are far more important than whether the two teams shake hands as Chelsea look to maintain their 100 per cent start to the Premier League campaign.
In early 2007, a Muslim police woman in Britain sparked debates when she refused to shake hands with Britain's senior police chiefs.
THE British Olympic Association yesterday moved to clarify their stance on whether Team GB athletes should shake hands at the London 2012 Games after their chief medical officer advised it would be better not to.
Fair play sounds fantastic and looks great, but what is the point if I shake hands with you and then go through you and smash you?
THERE is currently a furore in the football world over the failure of one top player to shake hands with another.
He explained: "For some reason - and you can only call it superstition - I don't shake hands with the players before they go out to a game, if I'm doing the job of physio that day.
Shiryan said that Ayalon then requested that Faysal shake hands with him, and Faysal responded saying, "You are the one who should come to me and shake my hand.
I don't know why Wenger didn't shake hands with the other coach.