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发布时间:2020-02-17 03:18:11
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ny Welbeck and other Premier League stars unite for new Kick It Out advertPremier League stars from all 20 of the divisions clubs have united to join Kick I

t Outs campaign against homophobic, biphobic and transphobic abuse at football grounds. In what is the first time a group of top-flight players have supported the LGBT+ cause in a video, the likes of Eden Hazard , Vincent Kompany, and Juan Mata are seen on camera delivering a strong criticism of the abuse heard at stadiums, and urging fans to report it using the Kick It Out a

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ard Danny Welbeck tells the camera that weve all heard abuse of that nature during matches, with the England forward also joined by the li

kes of Liverpools Joel Matip and Tottenhams Jan Vertonghen in delivering the message. Juan Mata starts the advert (Image: kickitout/Youtube) Eden Hazard speaks out agains

t abusive chants (Image: kickitout/Youtube) Danny Welbeck claims that all

players have heard abusive chants in the past (Image: kickitout/Youtube) After the release of the advert on their YuTube channel, Kick It Out said: LGBT+ inclusion remains a central part of Kick It Outs work and the film encourages supporters

to report any abuse they witness or suffer, whether its to a steward or to Kick It Out via its free reporting app. The organisations CEO Roisin Wood added: Kick It Out have been campaigning for LGBT+ inclusion in football for a long time and its wonderful that weve been able to bring all 20 clubs together for the first

time in our history to take a stand against HBT discrimination. Players and managers - inclusing Liverpools Jurgen Klopp - have worn rainbow laces to support LGBT+ ca

uses in the past (Image: Liverpool Echo) Vincent Kompany is another star who appears (Image: kickitout/Youtube) Liverpools Joel Matip urges fans

to report

abuse via the Kick It Out app (Image: kickitout/Yout

ube) Jan Vertonghen delivers the final message (Image: kickitout/Youtube) This is about the collective force of the game uniting to eliminate behaviour that has no place in the game. We also wanted to send out a positive message to fans across the world and make it clear that LGBT+ supporters are part of the foundations of football – just like any other fan.