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Sport Gay Premier League professional reports "nightmare"

12:06  11 july  2020
12:06  11 july  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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There is not a single gay footballer in the Premier League.

As in so many other leagues and sports, homosexuality is still an absolute taboo subject in the English professional field. Now, on the island, a player has written to the public in an anonymous letter and reported about his serious problems in everyday life.

"I'm gay. It's a big step for me to even write this in this letter," said the Premier League kicker, who was not mentioned by name. The letter was published by the Sun, which had received it from the Justin Fashanu Foundation. Fashanu was the first player in England to publicly identify himself as gay during his professional career. In 1998, eight years after his coming out, he committed suicide.

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An anonymous letter details 'an absolute nightmare ' of being unable to share who he is. "I am gay . Even writing that down in this letter is a big step for me," the player admits in a letter published by The Sun. "But only my family members and a select group of friends are aware of my sexuality.

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His niece Amal Fashanu then set up a foundation to help footballers who are in a similarly difficult situation.

Only his family and a selected group of friends would know about it, it said in letter: "I am not ready to tell my team or my coach."

How does it feel to live like this? "In everyday life, it can be an absolute nightmare. And it affects my mental health more and more." He feels "trapped, and I'm afraid that if I tell the truth, it will only get worse."

"I would love to have a relationship"

He was part of the team on the pitch. And even though he spends his life with his teammates, "something inside me" makes it impossible for him to open up to them. He is lucky enough to earn a very good salary. And even though his heart tells him that he has to tell his teammates, his head is always different.

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"Why should I risk it all? I have a nice car, a closet full of designer clothes and I can afford to buy everything for my family and friends," wrote the footballer.

However, what he misses most is "Society. I am at an age that I would love to have a relationship with. But because of my job, the level of trust with a long-term partner has to be extremely high. That is why I avoid relationships for the moment completely. "

He said that football was still ready for an openly gay footballer. "I know I could get to a point where it will be impossible for me to live a lie. If so, I plan to end my career early and come out.

He is aware that he is so that years of a lucrative career would throw away: "But inner peace is priceless. And I don't want to live like this forever. "

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