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Sport Bellerin reveals 'homophobic' abuse, calls for stronger action from FIFA

08:00  08 september  2018
08:00  08 september  2018 Source:   90min.com

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Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin has opened up on the abuse he's received from fans over the past season. Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has admitted that he has had to grow 'thick skin' in order to cope with abuse . The Spaniard was considered to be the best full-back in the Premier League after

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Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has admitted that he has had to grow 'thick skin' in order to cope with abuse.

The Spaniard was considered to be the best full-back in the Premier League after his breakout season under Arsene Wenger, but he quickly became the victim of fan abuse when his form dipped.

Bellerin's passions extend past football and he's made no secret of his love for fashion and design. And his style of dress hasn't always gone down well with fans, neither have some of his hairstyle choices.

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Bellerin has been targeted with homophobic abuse over his long hair and love of fashion, prompting him to remove the Twitter app from his phone such was the volume Hector Bellerin shows off sewing skills. "Some of it can get very abusive . Most of the abuse is online, but you hear it in the stadium, too.

Arsenal's Hector Bellerin said he is regularly the victim of homophobic abuse due to his long hair "People have called me 'lesbian' for growing my hair. "There are other kinds of homophobic insults. There are currently no active , openly gay footballers in the Premier League and Bellerin believes it

Having sat down for an interview with the Times, the 23-year-old opened up on the abuse he's received over the past two seasons and admitted that it has induced a measure of self-doubt.

​“Some of it can get very abusive,” he said. “Most of the abuse is online, but you hear it in the stadium, too. People have called me ‘lesbian’ for growing my hair. There are other kinds of homophobic insults. I have learnt to grow a thick skin but it can affect you. Every now and again, you get a bit of self-doubt.

“The problem is that people have an idea of what a footballer should look like, how they should behave, what they should talk about,” Bellerín says. “You act a little differently and you become a target. There is pressure to conform. This is very dangerous. In life, you should be allowed to express yourself. People are happier like this.”

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ARSENAL defender Hector Bellerin has spoken about how abuse he received online and during Arsenal news: Hector Bellerin says he deleted Twitter in a bid to stop the personal attacks (Image “People have called me 'lesbian' for growing my hair. There are other kinds of homophobic insults.

“It can get very abusive ,” Bellerin said. “Most of the abuse is online, but you hear it in the stadium too. People have called me 'lesbian' for growing my hair. “There are other kinds of homophobic insults. I have learnt to grow a thick skin but it can affect you. Every now again you get a bit of self-doubt.

The defender also revealed that he was even forced off social media as a result of the abuse he was made to suffer and called on FIFA to do more to protect players and expose football's dirty side.

“When I first came into the ranks at Arsenal, the expectations were very low so people were often impressed when I played well. But then, when I played badly, the stick got crazy," he explained.

"The worst was a year and a half ago. A lot of people say nice things but it is natural to focus on the bad. For a while, I deleted the apps. Later, I decided to go back on. Twitter is a great source of information. Every day I am learning to deal with abuse in a better way.

“Rhian Brewster [of Liverpool] is a young player who gave a brilliant interview about the abuse he has suffered. For me, the likes of FIFA have to be tougher. They don’t do enough. Football should bring people together. The problems shouldn’t be hidden away.”

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“ Fifa and other sports governing bodies should take the necessary steps to ensure that homophobic abuse will never be tolerated and that action will be taken against people that engage in activities like these, no matter where the game is played. “We hope that the bill will soon become law and will

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin believes an openly gay player in men's professional football would face too much backlash to handle, revealing that he receives homophobic insults because of his fashion choices

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