Hector Bellerin shows off gruesome scar as Arsenal defender Let us know here. FA chairman Greg Clarke has admitted his organisation cannot promise to protect a gay footballer after a survey revealed that eight per cent of football fans would stop supporting their club if one of their players came out. If someone confronted me right out about being gay and it was directed at me personally, I feel strong enough to take them on. Wakefield forward Keegan Hirst - an openly gay rugby league player - criticised Clarke.
But I am not going to go mincing around a football stadium.
You don't have to play it straight
Gay - Football Orgy Volume 2. Jurgen Klopp's side fail to find breakthrough in Champions League last stalemate at Anfield Laura Muir's record mile run at risk of being spiked as leading sportswear manufacturer seeks clarification over Nike shoes complying with athletics rules Liverpool Bayern Munich: This Londonista walked in to the ceremony to grab a cider and black, just as the Pink Singers were busy belting out a medley to build up to the trophies. As the night finished, drunken Thank You's were gibbered from the stage to the tea-makers, volunteers, referees and the red cross - and there was even one ironic "Thanks To My Mum For Making Me Gay". Season at a glance Live tables Fixtures Scores. Also there was Amal Fashanu, who has made a documentary about homosexuality in the sport 14 years after her gay footballer uncle Justin hanged himself. With genuine gay fans cheering for England, gay players topping the amateur leagues and boys wearing the England strip for sex, straight and gay have started to overlap.
All the players involved in these stories will have felt shame — not just the regret of a sad situation, but the pain and distress of being different in a world where acceptance of that difference is not yet guaranteed. Superstar takes a tumble in training Juventus squad are preparing to face Atletico Madrid in Champions League this week 'Sorry bro': Stars of sport United stars arrive for training as they turn attentions to rivals Liverpool after beating Chelsea in FA Cup Guess who hitched a lift with Lingard Joining Paul and Mr Cameron at Downing Street were a host of football organisations to discuss homophobia and racism in football. Here's your guide to who won what:. David Beckham has made a small difference in broadening the idea of what kind of man a player can be, but his contribution is mainly appreciated by those gays who aren't fans or players.