How gay slurs almost wrecked my career
The Strictly judge spills the beans on football hardman Robbie's sensitivity and boxer Joe Calzaghe's jealousy over his lover's new dance partner. Former Wales footballer Robbie Savage has a reputation as a feisty player who courted controversy on the pitch but the former hardman of the beautiful game was apparently reduced to tears by the biting comments from a Strictly Come Dancing judge. Wrexham-born Robbie, 38, who once held the most yellow cards of any Premiership player in the league's history, joined the Strictly Come Dancing line-up in - only to face the comments of Strictly's Mr Nasty Craig Revel Horwood. The clubbers were all over him like a rash, we had to get a security guard to stop people coming through the VIP thing. But Nancy was right at home. Robbie isn't the only Welshman Craig is outing as sensitive.
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Y ou never know, the trustees of the sports book of the year award may yet have something to say about the efforts of Graeme Le Saux, but for the time being the safest bet is to keep breathing normally and simply congratulate the former England full-back for making a compelling case that the troubles facing football are not limited to dodgy decisions by referees and Russian billionaires muscling into boardrooms. In his new autobiography, Left Field, Le Saux tells of how wearing Pringle socks and reading the Guardian led him to be branded a "poof" by some contemporaries he's not, incidentally , including two of the more dim-witted souls ever to bring shame on the noble name of Robbie. Robbie Savage seemed to get a particular thrill out of it," he writes, before going on to describe an infamous match in which an overweight, underachieving Scouse property developer offered him out for a. He started bending over and pointing his backside in my direction. He was smirking. By the soporific standards of the modern football autobiography this is eye-popping because we are talking about well known, current players who have been accused of indulging in unforgivable prejudice.
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Robbie Savage enters the room, teeth gleaming like a searchlight, golden hair tied back in a ponytail. He pulls out his phone to show me a photo of him, apparently stark naked. Good, eh? What do you expect from Robbie Savage? Now, however, Savage is courting controversy in a new arena.
It followed, naturally, that I must be gay. For 14 years I had to listen to that suggestion repeated in vivid and forthright terms from thousands of voices in the stands. It was a lie.
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