The international ace, who has told close pals in the game he is bisexual, has a child with his female partner. But he has also been having an affair with an openly gay fashion worker. If two men want a consensual sexual relationship in this country, in most cases, no one would blink an eye. It is because of the backlash from the fans that he is terrified of it coming out. His relationship with me is strictly secret. The men met four years ago in a nightclub.
Why are there no gay footballers in the premier league?
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Homosexuality in English football is sometimes said to be a taboo subject by both players and the media. Some, such as Peter Clayton, who chairs the FA's "Homophobia in Football" working group have argued that clubs prevent players from " coming out " as footballers have an increasing commercial market value which may be damaged. Homosexuality in England and Wales but not Scotland or Northern Ireland was decriminalised in , leading to a more liberal public attitude. There are many openly gay politicians and entertainers who remained elected and popular with little or no criticism or comment on their sexuality. However, football has been distinctly lacking in openly gay men.
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Premier League gay footballers: Who has come out? What has happened at Brighton Pride?
Openly gay footballer Liam Davis believes there is a group of around 20 players who are considering coming out together. The year-old Cleethorpes Town midfielder has spoken about his own experiences as part of UEFA's Equal Game campaign, which aims to foster greater inclusion and diversity in the sport. Davis has urged stars in the sport not to fear revealing their sexuality - and says a group of players from across Europe coming out together could ease the burden on those involved. The only problem with that is then it would all seem very staged. Davis disagrees with Football Association chairman Greg Clarke, who said professional players who announce they are gay would be taking a risk.
By Lara Keay For Mailonline. A top Premier League footballer has been having a secret gay relationship for four years but is too scared to come out for fear of it 'ruining his career'. The unnamed international player met the year-old fashion worker in a night club and after exchanging numbers they started an affair. He is also in a relationship with a woman and has a child with his female partner. His lover claims his close friends and teammates know the footballer is bisexual, but he fears being 'tormented' by fans if he came out publicly, reports The Sun.